MSCAN driver and PE code generation. compile error in msCANdrv.h:expected identifier before numeric constant

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MSCAN driver and PE code generation. compile error in msCANdrv.h:expected identifier before numeric constant

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saya
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Hi, all,

 

I am trying to load the msCAN driver into my project these days. I enabled Processor Expert and generated code, but when I include the msCAN drivers, I encountered this error:

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expected identifier before numeric constantmsCANdrv.h/MSCAN_KEA128/MSCAN_DRIVER/CAN_incline 98C/C++ Problem

 

I have tested the msCAN example without PE code generation, it works without any error. Thus I am guess there are some redefine in the generated code that cause this error, but I can't find any.

I attached my project here, any enlightenment is appreciated!

 

Alan

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ZhangJennie
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hi Alan,

I open your project with CW10.6. generate pe code then build. I saw "expected identifier before numeric constant" error stopped at ERR_OK line in enum definition in msCANdrv.h.

the problem is ERR_OK is already defined in PE_Error.h:

#define ERR_OK                     

0x00U /*!< OK */

thus if you define it again in enum format in msCANdrv.h. CW produces error.

does this answer your question?  if yes, please click the Correct Answer button. Thank you!


Have a great day,
Zhang Jun

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ZhangJennie
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NXP TechSupport

hi Alan,

I open your project with CW10.6. generate pe code then build. I saw "expected identifier before numeric constant" error stopped at ERR_OK line in enum definition in msCANdrv.h.

the problem is ERR_OK is already defined in PE_Error.h:

#define ERR_OK                     

0x00U /*!< OK */

thus if you define it again in enum format in msCANdrv.h. CW produces error.

does this answer your question?  if yes, please click the Correct Answer button. Thank you!


Have a great day,
Zhang Jun

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saya
Contributor III

Thanks, Jennie! I knew it was define somewhere else but I can't find it! Thank you for pointing that out!

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