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Trying to get avr-objdump to generate a listing that interleaves the assembly with the source code. I've tried a bunch of debugging arguments in different configurations but I can't seem to get it. The best I could do was getting it to interleave the object with line numbers from the assembly (avr-objdump -lS spi.o)

Original Makefile

Here's my current Makefile:

PREFIX=avr-
CC=${PREFIX}gcc
OBJCOPY=${PREFIX}objcopy

BIN=knightrider
MCU=attiny85
OBJS=../src/tinySPI.o src/knightrider.o

PROG?=atmelice_isp
PORT?=usb

CFLAGS=-g -mmcu=${MCU} -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections
LDFLAGS=-mmcu=${MCU} -Wl,--gc-sections

${BIN}.hex: ${BIN}.elf
    @mkdir -p bin
    ${OBJCOPY} -O ihex -R .eeprom build/$< bin/$@

${BIN}.elf: ${OBJS}
    @mkdir -p build
    ${CC} ${LDFLAGS} -o build/$@ $?

install: ${BIN}.hex
    avrdude -c ${PROG} -P ${PORT} -p ${MCU} -U flash:w:${BIN}.hex:i -qq

clean:
    rm -f build/*
    rm -f bin/*

fuses:
    avrdude -c ${PROG} -P ${PORT} -p ${MCU} -U lfuse:w:0x62:m -U hfuse:w:0xDF:m -U efuse:w:0xFF:i -qq

What would I need to change in order to run avr-objdump and get an interleaved listing of an .o and its corresponding .c (e.g. spi.o and spi.c)?

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First make sure you add -g to all your compilation commands.

Then you can run avr-objdump -S build/spi.elf (for instance).

Also I see you're missing the MCU definition in your link command. Without that it won't link in the proper C startup routines and your program will most probably not run.

Here is a makefile I use:

PREFIX=avr-
CC=${PREFIX}gcc
CXX=${PREFIX}g++
LD=${PREFIX}ld
AS=${PREFIX}as
OBJCOPY=${PREFIX}objcopy
OBJDUMP=${PREFIX}objdump

BIN=blink
MCU=atmega328p
OBJS=blink.o

CFLAGS=-g -mmcu=${MCU} -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections
CXXFLAGS=-g -mmcu=${MCU} -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -fno-exceptions
LDFLAGS=-mmcu=${MCU} -Wl,--gc-sections

${BIN}.hex: ${BIN}.elf
    ${OBJCOPY} -O ihex -R .eeprom $< $@

${BIN}.elf: ${OBJS}
    ${CC} ${LDFLAGS} -o $@ $? 
    ${OBJDUMP} -S $@ > ${BIN}.dis

install: ${BIN}.hex
    avrdude -C ./avrdude.conf -c usbasp -p ${MCU} -U flash:w:${BIN}.hex
 -qq

clean:
    rm -f *.o *.elf *.hex

fuses:
    avrdude  -c usbasp -p ${MCU} -C avrdude.conf -U lfuse:w:0xff:m -U h
fuse:w:0xd6:m -U efuse:w:0x05:m -qq
  • That is some serious make-fu and I'm currently reading "GNU Make" before I come back to it. – Ashlyn Black Dec 5 '15 at 3:39
  • Nothing that amazing really. It's mostly variable substitution and the use of the fact that Make already knows how to compile files as long as you set the right program and the flags to use with it. No need to specify each and every fole manually, just the list of objrct files and Make works the rest out for itself. – Majenko Dec 5 '15 at 10:45
  • I'm back, it works great! Only problem is that it spits objects into the source folder; I want the objects to go into the build folder. – Ashlyn Black Dec 5 '15 at 16:23
  • For that you're going to need to add a .c.o recipe possibly. Using separate folders like that gets a little tricky with make. – Majenko Dec 5 '15 at 17:29
  • Nailed it with a few filename functions, thank you so much! – Ashlyn Black Dec 5 '15 at 18:52

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