Internal Mach-O Importer Error File 'ImportMachO.c' Line 1112 can't find section for address

Internal Mach-O Importer Error File 'ImportMachO.c' Line 1112 can't find section for address

Post by Kurt Bigle » Tue, 01 Mar 2005 16:22:53


Apologies if this is duplicate. I couldn't find a message about this.

I get the error shown in the title on the /usr/lib/crt1.o file.

I remember seeing a note about this on the apple website I think, or in ADC
news. But I can't find that note anymore. As I recall it was associated
with 10.3.8 or something, and that a new component from MetroWerks was
expected to be needed to resolve this.

Is this resolved? I'm still using 9.2 but I think even 9.4 is older than
this problem, IIRC.

Thanks,
Kurt Bigler
 
 
 

Internal Mach-O Importer Error File 'ImportMachO.c' Line 1112 can't find section for address

Post by Thomas Eng » Wed, 02 Mar 2005 03:51:41

In article <BE4806CD.23A17% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,



this is an FAQ.

- use mwcrt.o instead of crt.o
or
- upgrade to CW DS 9.4 or above.

Regards,
Tom_E

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Internal Mach-O Importer Error File 'ImportMachO.c' Line 1112 can't find section for address

Post by Kurt Bigle » Wed, 02 Mar 2005 12:51:21

in article XXXX@XXXXX.COM , Thomas
Engelmeier at XXXX@XXXXX.COM wrote on 2/28/05 10:51 AM:



Yes. I take it you also mean it is *in* the Metrowerks FAQ. In any case I
was unable to get there due to needing a login. I don't remember receiving
the promised email giving me a login, but in any case I am communicating
with licensing about this.

I think it is bad policy that access to the FAQ requires the hurdle of a
login. When you're environment breaks the last thing you need is another
licensing requirement dumped on you. Ron?


Thanks. I think you mean crt1.o since I could find no crt.o on my hard
drive. Anyway I ended up applying the 9.4 upgrade.

-Kurt
 
 
 

Internal Mach-O Importer Error File 'ImportMachO.c' Line 1112 can't find section for address

Post by David Phil » Wed, 02 Mar 2005 14:14:30

In article <BE4926B9.23AFF% XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,




A simple search in http://www.yqcomputer.com/
answer. For example, I answered this same question on Feb 22, 2005.

It is frequently asked, after all.

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