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mcuinit

Question asked by Ronald Patton on Sep 1, 2015

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Hello,

 

I am working on a project that I inherited.  The project was originally developed with a much older version of Code Warrior.  Since the older versions will not function on windows 7 (64), I needed to installed Code Warrior 10.6 (which has now down graded itself to the free special edition version).

 

Since there is no project import function, I created a new project specifying the correct chip (MC9S08QG8CPBE).  Then via  "add files" I added the source and header files.   The original project included mcuinit.c and mcuinit.h.   If I include these the build fails.  Examining the contents of the orginal mcuinit.c file, the comments indicate the file is built by "the tool".

THIS MODULE IS GENERATED BY THE TOOL. DO NOT MODIFY IT.

**     Project   : QG8_IIC

**     Processor : MC9S08QG8CPB

**     Version   : Bean 01.216, Driver 01.00, CPU db: 2.87.068

**     Datasheet : MC9S08QG8 Rev. 0.09 09/9/2005

**     Date/Time : 10/23/2005, 10:24 PM

**     Abstract  :

**         This module contains device initialization code

**         for selected on-chip peripherals.

**     Contents  :

**         Function "MCU_init" initializes selected peripherals

**

**     (c) Copyright UNIS, spol. s r.o. 1997-2005

**     UNIS, spol s r.o.

**     Jundrovska 33

**     624 00 Brno

**     Czech Republic

**     http      : www.processorexpert.com

**     mail      : info@processorexpert.com

 

Honestly, I don't have a clue how to go about generating the mcuinit file or even if it necessary.

If it helps I have attached the project.

 

Thanks,

Ron Patton

 

Message was edited by: Ronald Patton

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