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Help with HCS12 demo project

Posted by Rodney on May 6, 2010
HI, I am trying to build the demo project "HCS12_CodeWarrior_banked" with freescale codewarrior 5.9.0; The first issue I get , is when i load the file i get message stating project was built using "Processor expert stationary", after excepting this and using make command I get a "C52: Error in command line " compile error. The downloaded PDF manual states to use the demo code as starting point as it compiles. I suspect it was produced using an old version of the IDE. Can any one help?

RE: Help with HCS12 demo project

Posted by Richard on May 7, 2010
Which downloaded manual are you using?

I just tried using a clean install of the latest release of CodeWarrior for HSC12 and a clean install of FreeRTOS and found that two file names were (inexplicably) incorrect. If you change _COM0.c and _COM0.h to COM0.c and COM0.h then the project builds without any errors or warnings (note in COM0 the first O is a letter, and the second 0 a digit).

Regards.

RE: Help with HCS12 demo project

Posted by cfu on May 7, 2010
Hello, I've got the same problem. Somehow the argument -BfaGapLimitBits0 seems to conflict with another one: if you remove it, CW will compile. Nevertheless, I'm not sure if just removing the argument creates other problems, because even though I can compile and make, the demo app does not seem to run.
Does any one have a better solution to this problem?


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