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Contributor I

Hello,

I'm working with the imxrt1062 custom board.
I have a imxrt1062xxxA SDK.
SDK version : 2.6.2 , Manifest version : 3.5.0.
IDE: MCUXpresso 11
Currently, I'm using two SDK (1) evkmimxrt1060_tensorflow_lite_kws

                                            (2) lwip_mqtt_freertos
(1) evkmimxrt1060_tensorflow_lite_kws working in GNU C++ toolchain.
(2) lwip_mqtt_freertos working in GNU C toolchain.

I want to integrate evkmimxrt1060_tensorflow_lite_kws code in lwip_mqtt_freertos but due to the GNU toolchain confliction issue my code does not compile and getting an error (PFA) and I'm a newbie to work with MCUXpresso.

So, kindly suggest to me How could I integrate code and compile with both GNU C and C++ toolchain?
also, suggest to me which and where changes are reflecting.

Thank you.
Regards,
Pratik Panchal


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Contributor I

I have to work with lwip_mqtt_freertos application. That application working in C language. So, application requires GNU C compiler Toolchain.


I have another application "Tenserflow lite kws". That application working in Cpp language. So, application requires GNU Cpp compiler Toolchain.

My question is How to both C and Cpp Toolchain based "lwip_mqtt_freertos and Tenserflow lite kws" application compile, Build and Run in a single application?

Kindly suggest me how to figure out this issue? and if required kindly resolve my query ASAP.

Thanks & Regards,
Pratik Panchal

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NXP TechSupport

Hi PRATIK PANCHAL,

Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and
for the opportunity to serve you.
I think I need more information about your question, so I was wondering if you can introduce the steps of merging these above two demos, it can help me to figure the issue out.

Have a great day,
TIC

 

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