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CW10.2 mingw32-make Error 255

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MangoBot
Contributor III

Hello ,

 

Not sure what's wrong with CW10.2 to have error messages as attached.

Even we uninstall and reinstall CW10.2.

Same codes were successfully compiled before by same CW10.2.

Wondering if some changes of environment settings we have accidentally triggered to get into the problem?

 

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buraksoner
Contributor II

Hello!

I have a similar problem, any updates on this matter?

Regards,

Burak

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ZhangJennie
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Burak,

this is a thread that was posted 4 years ago regarding old version CW.

Now we always encourage customer to use the latest CW10.6.4

CodeWarrior for Microcontrollers-Eclipse IDE|NXP

please test your problem  with CW10.6.4 with creating a new workspace and new project.

if problem persists, please create a new question for it rather than post the thread under the old one.

It's always good for solving the problem if you could post your project with the problem.

thanks!


Have a great day,
Jennie Zhang

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BlackNight
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

maybe this helps:

Help - Eclipse Platform

"The Error 255 is produced by make as a result of its command shell not being able to find a command for a particular rule.

Messages from the standard error stream (the lines saying Error 255) and standard output stream (all the other lines) are merged in the Console view here."

Have a look at the Console View which shows the full error/history. Maybe your project/path/tools are not found. I notice that you have a system with Chinese characters. I would try to use it in 'english' mode:

- open eclipse\cwide.ini

- add this *before* -vmargs:

   -nl

   en

(important: it is -nl on one line, and en on the next line.

Restart eclipse, and it should be in english mode.

Hope this helps,

Erich

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MangoBot
Contributor III

Hello  Erich ,

It's already English mode, same error messages.

Found no .obj files generated to get into make error. Probably something's wrong with compiler path/settings.

Odd, uninstall/reinstall can't resolve it!

Quoted from Console :

**** Build of configuration dtim_flash for project Test_Fslbot_dtim ****

D:\Freescale\CW MCU v10.2\gnu\bin\mingw32-make -j6 all

'Building file: ../twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_sysinit.c'

'Building file: ../twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_twr.c'

'Building file: ../project/servos.c'

'Building file: ../project/timer_main.c'

'Building file: ../drivers/uart/uart.c'

'Building file: ../drivers/spi/qspi.c'

'Executing target #1 ../twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_sysinit.c'

'Executing target #2 ../twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_twr.c'

'Executing target #3 ../project/servos.c'

'Executing target #4 ../project/timer_main.c'

'Executing target #5 ../drivers/uart/uart.c'

'Executing target #6 ../drivers/spi/qspi.c'

'Invoking: ColdFire Compiler'

'Invoking: ColdFire Compiler'

'Invoking: ColdFire Compiler'

'Invoking: ColdFire Compiler'

'Invoking: ColdFire Compiler'

"D:/Freescale/CW MCU v10.2/MCU/ColdFire_Tools/Command_Line_Tools/mwccmcf" @@"twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_sysinit.args" -o "twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_sysinit_c.obj" "../twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_sysinit.c" -MD -gccdep

'Invoking: ColdFire Compiler'

"D:/Freescale/CW MCU v10.2/MCU/ColdFire_Tools/Command_Line_Tools/mwccmcf" @@"twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_twr.args" -o "twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_twr_c.obj" "../twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_twr.c" -MD -gccdep

"D:/Freescale/CW MCU v10.2/MCU/ColdFire_Tools/Command_Line_Tools/mwccmcf" @@"project/servos.args" -o "project/servos_c.obj" "../project/servos.c" -MD -gccdep

"D:/Freescale/CW MCU v10.2/MCU/ColdFire_Tools/Command_Line_Tools/mwccmcf" @@"project/timer_main.args" -o "project/timer_main_c.obj" "../project/timer_main.c" -MD -gccdep

"D:/Freescale/CW MCU v10.2/MCU/ColdFire_Tools/Command_Line_Tools/mwccmcf" @@"drivers/uart/uart.args" -o "drivers/uart/uart_c.obj" "../drivers/uart/uart.c" -MD -gccdep

"D:/Freescale/CW MCU v10.2/MCU/ColdFire_Tools/Command_Line_Tools/mwccmcf" @@"drivers/spi/qspi.args" -o "drivers/spi/qspi_c.obj" "../drivers/spi/qspi.c" -MD -gccdep

mingw32-make: *** [twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_sysinit_c.obj] Error -1073741811

mingw32-make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....

mingw32-make: *** [project/servos_c.obj] Error -1073741811

mingw32-make: *** [drivers/spi/qspi_c.obj] Error -1073741811

mingw32-make: *** [drivers/uart/uart_c.obj] Error 255

mingw32-make: *** [project/timer_main_c.obj] Error 255

mingw32-make: *** [twr_mcf5225x/mcf5225x_twr_c.obj] Error 255

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BlackNight
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello,

this looks like a problem with ming32-make. Have you the MCU10.2 update 1 installed, or just 'plain' 10.2? I ask because the update comes with a fix for the mingw32-make if you have Cygwin installed on your machine. Is this the case, do you have Cygwin installed? If so, then it should be usually installed on c:\cygwin. Try renaming that folder (so cygwin is not found any more and try building with CodeWarrior again. Does the issue go away? If yes, then you have that problem with Cygwin.

Then a new mingw32 make (or the update) will solve your problem.

Hope this helps,

Erich

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MangoBot
Contributor III

Should be no Cygwin.

We did four tests :

A. Install update 1.0 to CW10.2

     1. compile project

     2. import old .mcp project and compile

     3. compile example project in "CW MCU v10.2\MCU\CodeWarrior_Examples\ColdFire_Examples"

B. Uninstall CW10.2, install CW10.1

     4. compile project

All failed in same stage with same error messages.

Wondering if CW10 has some pitfalls in WIN7 system.

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BlackNight
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

I'm using Win7 with MCU10.x for a long time, and no issues like this.

Does it work with a project created by the wizard (File > New > Bareboard Project)? Is so, then it must be something around your imported project?

What about access/permission rights? Can you make sure you run it with administrative rights?

Another thing: any firewall/anti-virus software which might block execution of the make utility?

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MangoBot
Contributor III

Try new project by wizard, turning off firewall/anti-virus, running with administrative rights.

No good news, same errors still.

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