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Shrini
Contributor I

I have created a project for timer peripheral. I took example code (ftm_periodic_interrupt_s32k144) for reference. I have configured everything, same as example code. After building my project I'm getting errors. i.e., multiple definition of () first defined here. This type of error I'm getting 53 times with different  API's.

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Senlent
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Your steps are fine, but here is not the same as ours,

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I don't know what caused this result. Maybe you can uninstall the SDK and reinstall it. There is already version 4.0.3.

 

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Senlent
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Hi@Shrini

Please do not modify the files in your project directory

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Shrini
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Hi@Senlent I don't understand. What did you do? Some other files are attached in the zip file. How did you add them? Please let me know.
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Senlent
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I didn't do anything, just created a new project and referred to the same configuration as you

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Shrini
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Actually, the file which I have sent you, that does not contain linker_files, startup, src.bak files... I think it's my fault while creating the project I think I skipped some steps. So could you please send me the entire steps or procedure for this particular project?

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Senlent
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Hi@Shrini

1.create new project

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2.configure peripherals

3.Generate configuration code
4.Copy main.c, compile, done!

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Shrini
Contributor I

Hi@Senlent, 

Check the attached zip file and please correct the mistake.  

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Senlent
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NXP TechSupport

Your steps are fine, but here is not the same as ours,

Senlent_0-1672919017429.png

I don't know what caused this result. Maybe you can uninstall the SDK and reinstall it. There is already version 4.0.3.

 

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Shrini
Contributor I
Thank you @Senlent for your suggestion. I will reinstall the SDK.
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Senlent
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi@Shrini

I can't give the exact cause of the error according to the picture, you can export your project and I'll check it for you.

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Shrini
Contributor I

Hello@Senlent Please find the attached file. 

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