I've downloaded and installed CW10.6 evaluation version and I still can't get the "New MQX 4.1 project" item choice in the Project Creation Commander window! I don't know if it has anything to do with version 10.5 being present...
@cjlord : In today's code, so far, all 3 tasks are of the same priority ; you have not declared each with it's own level, correct ? Will that be done tomorrow (part of "Priority issues" listed on p.20) ?
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Vic14 - unfortunately, that is a vague error that means it can't find something. I have some notes on install issues that has a few ideas on that (and I have seen it before) so I will try to find it for you
@RMRSS - yes! There is a free tool coming from Freescale called Kinetis Development System - will be free but will include MQX and Processor Expert support. In "almost beta" mode and not ready for prime time yet.
Q: The "Special" (free) version of CodeWarrior for Kinetis has code limits, based on the Kenetis family. Are any of the limits so small that it essentially precludes using MQX on that family. Feel free to post the answer tomorrow.
Idea for tomorrow - show how to use debugger to see that each task is getting "hit", and with what frequency are they being hit. Is there some way to observe this while still allowing code to run full speed?
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@charles looking at shaker I see kwikstik40x256_Int_Flash_Debug and kwikstik40x256_Int_Flash_release. The error I send you was for kwikstik40x256_Int_Flash_release. when I switched to kwikstik40x256_Int_Flash_Debug it is asking me to make changes to the header file??
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@charles yes I did all! after it failed, I cleaned and build both BSP and PSP it was good. When I tied to build Shaker after the failure, it does not perform it. there is an x on the Shaker.Any suggestion of what to do? thanks
@Charles Yesterday 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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Your instructor has FINALLY uploaded the files to Design News. They will be posted soon (whew!) There were some issues with CodeWarrior 10.6... if any of you are having issues with not responding etc you are not alone...
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