Could you tell me the rule of SDK path variable definition?

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Could you tell me the rule of SDK path variable definition?

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cheney
Contributor III

Dear support team:

The SDK path variable what i can see in S32DS is "S32K144_SDK_GCC_0_8_6_PATH". See the picture below:

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Figure 1: Linked Resources

But in the project setting, the SDK path variable used is "S32K144_SDK_GCC_0.8.6_PATH". 

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Figure 2: Project setting

You can see that the '_' is replaced with '.'.  Could you tell me the rules of the substitution ?

Sincere appreciation.

Cheney

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stanish
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi,

This is not a substitution.

Please be aware that Linked Resources paths and Build variables paths are two different paths/scopes in Eclipse.

Linked resources path does not allow dots in the variable name therefore it is defined with underscores instead.

Stan

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stanish
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi,

This is not a substitution.

Please be aware that Linked Resources paths and Build variables paths are two different paths/scopes in Eclipse.

Linked resources path does not allow dots in the variable name therefore it is defined with underscores instead.

Stan

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cheney
Contributor III

Hi, Stan:

Thanks for your reminding. 

You are right, I misunderstood the Linked Resources paths and think these variables are used in the build process.

Now i can found the build variables now.

Thanks a lot.

Cheney

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jiri_kral
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi, 

I checked build variables, but on my machine there is variable name with dots: 

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and in Includes I have only SDK path without any version specification:

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What is your S32DS version? Are you using example or your own project? To fix the issue - edit variable name in Include path and set correct name:

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Jiri

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cheney
Contributor III

Hi,

I found the build variable now. 

I didn't select the checkbox of "Show system variables", So there's nothing showed in the list.

I can't find any Build Variables, So i think the Linked Resources path are the Build variables paths.

Thanks a lot.

Cheney

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