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Re: [msp430-elf] Interrupt vector corrupted?


The reason I am asking is because I am seeing extra data being added to
the section and I am experiencing the microcontroller crash if the ISR
is to be executed (the microcontroller reboots) and there is no known
errata for my use case. I noticed the weird behaviour and thought I
would ask. Also, yes, I find it convenient for it to be disassembled by
default, as it allows for ease of debugging. Thank you for your time.


On 04/18/2016 11:37 PM, DJ Delorie wrote:
> The interrupt table is data, not opcodes.  Disassembling it will lead to
> much hilarity.  Are you complaining that objdump should not attempt to
> disassemble those sections by default?  Because that might be something
> we can fix, likely by replacing "ax" with "a" (and is easily
> tested/confirmed by you)
> Either way, the data looks valid at least, so this is only a display
> bug, not a wrong-code bug.

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