Failed to compile Marlin 2.0 for ARTILLERY RUBY

Hi guy’s,

I need your help, i have made and compile lot of Marlin config in the past without problem.
But i made new marlin configuration for a friend using an Artillery X2 printer, when i try to compile my Marlin config for this print using an ARTILLERY RUBY motherboard, i have a final error and platformIO try to create a firmware.hex file and not an .bin file i don’t understand why.

Anyone can help my with my issue ?

> Building H:\3D Print\Artillery\Firmware X2\sidewinder-x2-firmware-main\sidewinder-x2-firmware-main\.pio\build\ARTILLERY_RUBY/firmware.hex
> Usage: arm-none-eabi-objcopy [option(s)] in-file [out-file]
>  Copies a binary file, possibly transforming it in the process
>  The options are:
>   -I --input-target <bfdname>      Assume input file is in format <bfdname>
>   -O --output-target <bfdname>     Create an output file in format <bfdname>
>   -B --binary-architecture <arch>  Set output arch, when input is arch-less
>   -F --target <bfdname>            Set both input and output format to <bfdname>
>      --debugging                   Convert debugging information, if possible
>   -p --preserve-dates              Copy modified/access timestamps to the output
>   -D --enable-deterministic-archives
>                                    Produce deterministic output when stripping archives
>   -U --disable-deterministic-archives
>                                    Disable -D behavior (default)
>   -j --only-section <name>         Only copy section <name> into the output
>      --add-gnu-debuglink=<file>    Add section .gnu_debuglink linking to <file>
>   -R --remove-section <name>       Remove section <name> from the output
>      --remove-relocations <name>   Remove relocations from section <name>
>   -S --strip-all                   Remove all symbol and relocation information
>   -g --strip-debug                 Remove all debugging symbols & sections
>      --strip-dwo                   Remove all DWO sections
>      --strip-unneeded              Remove all symbols not needed by relocations
>   -N --strip-symbol <name>         Do not copy symbol <name>
>      --strip-unneeded-symbol <name>
>                                    Do not copy symbol <name> unless needed by
>                                      relocations
>      --only-keep-debug             Strip everything but the debug information
>      --extract-dwo                 Copy only DWO sections
>      --extract-symbol              Remove section contents but keep symbols
>   -K --keep-symbol <name>          Do not strip symbol <name>
>      --keep-file-symbols           Do not strip file symbol(s)
>      --localize-hidden             Turn all ELF hidden symbols into locals
>   -L --localize-symbol <name>      Force symbol <name> to be marked as a local
>      --globalize-symbol <name>     Force symbol <name> to be marked as a global
>   -G --keep-global-symbol <name>   Localize all symbols except <name>
>   -W --weaken-symbol <name>        Force symbol <name> to be marked as a weak
>      --weaken                      Force all global symbols to be marked as weak
>   -w --wildcard                    Permit wildcard in symbol comparison
>   -x --discard-all                 Remove all non-global symbols
>   -X --discard-locals              Remove any compiler-generated symbols
>   -i --interleave[=<number>]       Only copy N out of every <number> bytes
>      --interleave-width <number>   Set N for --interleave
>   -b --byte <num>                  Select byte <num> in every interleaved block
>      --gap-fill <val>              Fill gaps between sections with <val>
>      --pad-to <addr>               Pad the last section up to address <addr>
>      --set-start <addr>            Set the start address to <addr>
>     {--change-start|--adjust-start} <incr>
>                                    Add <incr> to the start address
>     {--change-addresses|--adjust-vma} <incr>
>                                    Add <incr> to LMA, VMA and start addresses
>     {--change-section-address|--adjust-section-vma} <name>{=|+|-}<val>
>                                    Change LMA and VMA of section <name> by <val>
>      --change-section-lma <name>{=|+|-}<val>
>                                    Change the LMA of section <name> by <val>
>      --change-section-vma <name>{=|+|-}<val>
>                                    Change the VMA of section <name> by <val>
>     {--[no-]change-warnings|--[no-]adjust-warnings}
>                                    Warn if a named section does not exist
>      --set-section-flags <name>=<flags>
>                                    Set section <name>'s properties to <flags>
>      --set-section-alignment <name>=<align>
>                                    Set section <name>'s alignment to <align> bytes
>      --add-section <name>=<file>   Add section <name> found in <file> to output
>      --update-section <name>=<file>
>                                    Update contents of section <name> with
>                                    contents found in <file>
>      --dump-section <name>=<file>  Dump the contents of section <name> into <file>
>      --rename-section <old>=<new>[,<flags>] Rename section <old> to <new>
>      --long-section-names {enable|disable|keep}
>                                    Handle long section names in Coff objects.
>      --change-leading-char         Force output format's leading character style
>      --remove-leading-char         Remove leading character from global symbols
>      --reverse-bytes=<num>         Reverse <num> bytes at a time, in output sections with content
>      --redefine-sym <old>=<new>    Redefine symbol name <old> to <new>
>      --redefine-syms <file>        --redefine-sym for all symbol pairs
>                                      listed in <file>
>      --srec-len <number>           Restrict the length of generated Srecords
>      --srec-forceS3                Restrict the type of generated Srecords to S3
>      --strip-symbols <file>        -N for all symbols listed in <file>
>      --strip-unneeded-symbols <file>
>                                    --strip-unneeded-symbol for all symbols listed
>                                      in <file>
>      --keep-symbols <file>         -K for all symbols listed in <file>
>      --localize-symbols <file>     -L for all symbols listed in <file>
>      --globalize-symbols <file>    --globalize-symbol for all in <file>
>      --keep-global-symbols <file>  -G for all symbols listed in <file>
>      --weaken-symbols <file>       -W for all symbols listed in <file>
>      --add-symbol <name>=[<section>:]<value>[,<flags>]  Add a symbol
>      --alt-machine-code <index>    Use the target's <index>'th alternative machine
>      --writable-text               Mark the output text as writable
>      --readonly-text               Make the output text write protected
>      --pure                        Mark the output file as demand paged
>      --impure                      Mark the output file as impure
>      --prefix-symbols <prefix>     Add <prefix> to start of every symbol name
>      --prefix-sections <prefix>    Add <prefix> to start of every section name
>      --prefix-alloc-sections <prefix>
>                                    Add <prefix> to start of every allocatable
>                                      section name
>      --file-alignment <num>        Set PE file alignment to <num>
>      --heap <reserve>[,<commit>]   Set PE reserve/commit heap to <reserve>/
>                                    <commit>
>      --image-base <address>        Set PE image base to <address>
>      --section-alignment <num>     Set PE section alignment to <num>
>      --stack <reserve>[,<commit>]  Set PE reserve/commit stack to <reserve>/
>                                    <commit>
>      --subsystem <name>[:<version>]
>                                    Set PE subsystem to <name> [& <version>]
>      --compress-debug-sections[={none|zlib|zlib-gnu|zlib-gabi}]
>                                    Compress DWARF debug sections using zlib
>      --decompress-debug-sections   Decompress DWARF debug sections using zlib
>      --elf-stt-common=[yes|no]     Generate ELF common symbols with STT_COMMON
>                                      type
>      --verilog-data-width <number> Specifies data width, in bytes, for verilog output
>   -M  --merge-notes                Remove redundant entries in note sections
>       --no-merge-notes             Do not attempt to remove redundant notes (default)
>   -v --verbose                     List all object files modified
>   @<file>                          Read options from <file>
>   -V --version                     Display this program's version number
>   -h --help                        Display this output
>      --info                        List object formats & architectures supported
> arm-none-eabi-objcopy: supported targets: elf32-littlearm elf32-littlearm-fdpic elf32-bigarm elf32-bigarm-fdpic elf32-little elf32-big srec symbolsrec verilog tekhex binary ihex plugin
> *** [.pio\build\ARTILLERY_RUBY\firmware.elf] Error 1
> ================================================================= [FAILED] Took 80.86 seconds =================================================================
> Environment     Status    Duration
> --------------  --------  ------------
> ARTILLERY_RUBY  FAILED    00:01:20.858
> ============================================================ 1 failed, 0 succeeded in 00:01:20.858 ============================================================

The builder script in Marlin or in the platform likely have a problem with the space in the filename.

As a quickfix, move the sidewinder-x2-firmware-main project folder to a path without spaces.

Thank you for your support, i have replace space on the path folder by _ and now i an compile my Marlin configuration. Thank for all.

It’s generate now .elf, .hex & .bin files, i can continue to work on this projet :wink: