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sebikoo
Contributor I

Hello.

 

Recently, I received a project file to

analyze it. This prject is mainly generated by Processor expert.

- CW IDE Version: 4.5

- Chip: MC9S12XDP512

 

However, When making,

it causes so many link errors,

and warnings. As I am unfortunately still not familiar with

CW IDE and Freescale chips, it has been

so difficult for me with those errors.

 

Thus, I here attach a whole project file

to be analyzed by gurus.

This project is really get me depressed.

 

sebikoo



Message Edited by sebikoo on 2008-11-23 10:13 PM

Train1.zip

Message Edited by t.dowe on 2009-10-22 09:17 AM
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CrasyCat
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Hello
 
Here I would advise you to contact whoever did generate that project. The problem is not related to  CodeWarrior or Processor Expert, but with the project you are using.
 
I do not understand what the person, who has generated the project did try to achieve here, but modifying
ProcessorExpert generated code is a very bad idea.
Also merging content from several modules created by ProcessorExpert is a very bad idea.
 
There are a lot of functions which are implemented in 2 modules (for some reasons).
I would recommend you to remove the file IO_Ports.c from the project, also remove file rs485_rs232.c from the project.
 
Also for some reason, content from several modules have been merged in events.c. I do not understand what is the reasoning behind that.
 
So I would suggest you to contact the creator of the project and ask him to provide a fixed version of his project.
 
CrasyCat

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CrasyCat
Specialist III
Hello
 
Here I would advise you to contact whoever did generate that project. The problem is not related to  CodeWarrior or Processor Expert, but with the project you are using.
 
I do not understand what the person, who has generated the project did try to achieve here, but modifying
ProcessorExpert generated code is a very bad idea.
Also merging content from several modules created by ProcessorExpert is a very bad idea.
 
There are a lot of functions which are implemented in 2 modules (for some reasons).
I would recommend you to remove the file IO_Ports.c from the project, also remove file rs485_rs232.c from the project.
 
Also for some reason, content from several modules have been merged in events.c. I do not understand what is the reasoning behind that.
 
So I would suggest you to contact the creator of the project and ask him to provide a fixed version of his project.
 
CrasyCat
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