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Command line invocation of Code Warrior class v2.10 special edition.

Question asked by Abhijit Deshpande on Mar 22, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 23, 2015 by Abhijit Deshpande

I am using code warrior classic v2.10 special edition for developing small demo program on Freescale board. But, when I try to run tools from this code warrior from command-line (for batch mode operation), it fails at linking stage due to license error. I noticed that linker is looking for "Win32_Plugins_Link_PPC" license feature, where-as my special edition has "Win32_Plugins_Link_PPC_128K" license feature. Can someone let me know how to fix this issue? I believe, one should be allowed to compile / build program using command-line invocation as long as the code size is within the limits.

 

The license error is as follows:

 

### mwldeppc.exe Driver Error:

#   License check failed: No such feature exists.

#   Feature:       Win32_Plugins_Link_PPC

#   License path:  C:\Freescale\CW_for_MPC55xx_and_MPC56xx_2.10\license.dat;

#   FLEXnet Licensing error:-5,357

#   For further information, refer to the FLEXnet Licensing documentation,

#   available at "www.macrovision.com".

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