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Problems using CodeWarrior

Question asked by Bastian Schoettner on Sep 6, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 7, 2013 by Bastian Schoettner

Hallo everyone,

I have some problems using CodeWarrior.

For all my projects i have used Atmel Technology and the Atmel Studio. But for the next Project I have to use the MC9S12C32 EVB.

I use CodeWarrior IDE version 5.9.0 Build 5294.

 

After a few test i had several problems, with this IDE...

Could find the reason why my function was not working. The compiler ignored my prototypes... Don't know why but reentering them helped.

 

Now there is the problem with the typedef enum.

//#include and #define //################################## prototype ######################### typedef enum {C=0, Cis=1, D=2, Es=3, E=4, F=5, Fis=6, G=7, Gis=8, A=9, Bs=10, B=11} TONE;  void myinit(void); void initTone(void); void playFrequency(unsigned int); void playTone(TONE);  // ################################## main ############################# void main(void) {     myinit();     initTone();     TONE mytone = A; //this does not work     while(1)     {         playTone(mytone);     } }   //re//r

It is not working in main.c or if i try to import the typedef enum from a headerfile. Is there a special position where it has to be placed? Can someone help me with that?

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