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Hi,

I am writing a cpp program on e2studio with GNUARM-NONEv15.01-EABI (for RZ/A1H device). But the project is aborted on execution while throw() exception is called.

I have added below settings to the project properties, am i missing anythings? Does GNUARM-NONEv15.01-EABI support try/throw/catch feature?

Settings> Tool Settings > Library Generator > Settings >
Select library:
Newlib

Settings> Tool Settings > Compiler > Others >
User defined options:
-std=gnu++11
-fexceptions
-exception
-funwind-tables
-shared-libgcc

Settings> Tool Settings > Linker > Archives >
Archive search directories:
“${TCINSTALL}/arm-none-eabi/lib/fpu/interwork”
“${TCINSTALL}/lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/${GCC_VERSION}/fpu/interwork”
“${TCINSTALL}/lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/${GCC_VERSION}/fpu”
“${TCINSTALL}/lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/${GCC_VERSION}”

Archive (library) files:
${BuildArtifactFileBaseName}
gcc
stdc++
supc++

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    • Hello Tony,

      Thank you for contacting us!

      We have noticed that you have also posted a support request on the site, would you like us to continue answering in there? It is better to use that for more accurate tracking purposes.

      Please let me know.


      Thank you,
      Ciprian
      The GNU Tools Team

    • Hi Ciprian,

      I just noticed that there are support ticket after i posted o the forum. Please reply here.

      Thanks in advance.