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Keil for CORTEX_MB9B500, V7 Release

Posted by Mike on May 20, 2011
I have used freeRTOS from around v4, for Atmel ARM7 and IAR. I have now moved, and have to use Keil, and Cortex M3 (NXP LPC1788 ultimately), but am playing with v7 and timers.
I am having problems compiling the above Keil demo, firstly because Fujitsu_source/core_cmFunc.h nad core_cmInstr.h are not included, and (when found and added possibly in the wrong place!) the Full build ends up saying:
linking...
.\output\RTOSDemo_Keil.axf: Error: L6406W: No space in execution regions with .ANY selector matching Section .bss(heap_2.o).
.\output\RTOSDemo_Keil.axf: Error: L6407W: Sections of aggregate size 0xf000 bytes could not fit into .ANY selector(s).
.\output\RTOSDemo_Keil.axf: Not enough information to list image symbols.
.\output\RTOSDemo_Keil.axf: Not enough information to list the image map.
.\output\RTOSDemo_Keil.axf: Finished: 2 information, 0 warning and 2 error messages.
Target not created
The other targets build OK!

Any thoughts about this please. I don't (yet) understand the Keil tools.

Regards Mike

RE: Keil for CORTEX_MB9B500, V7 Release

Posted by Mike on May 20, 2011
OK then, the link problem was finger trouble - I seem to have changed the processor type earlier on. Just loading the as is project, add the two header files, and off it goes.

The header files also only seem to called for in this particular demo (Sigh).


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