@Charles I'll address this tomorrow but just in case you will come back to this chat: I received the following when I ran the debug: mingw32-make: *** No rule to make target `C:/Freescale/Freescale_MQX_4_1/lib/kwikstikk40x256.cw10gcc/release/bsp/intflash.ld', needed by `explicit-dependencies'. Stop. Shaker C/C+ Problem
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Hi StephT - Sorry about leaving. The answer is that the only ones developing for MQX extansions are Embedded Access, the current developer of MQX. They already have all of the elements that you asked about (comm stacks etc).
The evaluation version of CW10 is fully functional for MQX development during its evaluation period. I use it in my training classes regularly and we have compiled and done troubleshooting for some very complex systems. The only limitation that I know of is creating custom Processor Expert devices, and that is beyond what you would be doing in a 30-day evaluation period.
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