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LPC1769 FreeRTOS book problem

Posted by otxoasound on May 28, 2014

Hello everbody.

   This is my first topic. I have purchased USING THE FREERTOS REAL TIME KERNEL - A PRACTICAL GUIDE USING LPC1769. I have done every step in the book, but I am not able of compiling any example. I always get the same error in the LPCXpresso compiler:

"cannot find -lCMSISv1p30_LPC17xx"

   This file is loaded in the workspace by default when I import all the example files. All seems to be ok, but the error is the same with all the examples. Somebody could help me?

                    Thank you!!!

LPC1769 FreeRTOS book problem

Posted by rtel on May 28, 2014

Which version of LPCXpresso are you using? I found out a couple of days ago that the projects won't work with LPCXpresso 7 (the new version). If you are using version 7 I can provide some links that explain the problem while I work on updating the projects.

Regards.


LPC1769 FreeRTOS book problem

Posted by jdurand on May 28, 2014

I use FreeRTOS with version 7.1 (just downloaded 7.2) but since I just copy/overwrite files into a known working job I don't have any problems with it.

LPCXpresso has also gotten somewhat better about opening jobs from older versions, not quite as much stuff to manually fix.


LPC1769 FreeRTOS book problem

Posted by rtel on May 28, 2014

Take a look at the following, it looks like the fix is quite simple:

http://www.lpcware.com/content/forum/cmsisv1p30lpc13xx-cannot-be-build-lpcxpresso-ide-ver7

Regards.


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