After years of working with HCS12 processor and the associated code warrior IDE, we are moving up to the Kinetis K10.
I have been evaluating CW v10.2. Started out with processor expert to get some basics working.
So, now I attempt to port over some C++ code from our previous HCS 12 project and it fails to compile with these C++ files no matter what I try.
1. Had to rename files from .c to .cpp - (not required on HCS12 compiler - but not a big deal).
2. Changed Model to ewl_C++ in Librarian and made sure it was in the path.
Still stuck on "undefined identifier 'class'".
Selected "Force C++ compilation" and it finally seems to compile. But then I get linker error - >Undefined : "__thumb_startup()".
What am I missing? Doesn't seem like it should be this hard to add in some C++ files to a project. Don't remember having to do anything special on the HCS12 compiler to make it work. Thinking about giving IAR or Keil at try??