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Finding the right LPC1115 library stack

Question asked by Mario Theodoridis on Apr 17, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 17, 2017 by Mario Theodoridis

Hi everyone,

i have just purchased a lpc1115 cmsis-dap board (OM13087).

It features an lpc11u35 debug probe and a lpc1115 target mcu.

I'm trying to build and debug "the blinky" example, but am failing on what seems to me as "library hell".

I've tried nxp_lpcxpresso_11u37h_periph_blinky that came with lpcopen_v2_03_lpcxpresso_nxp_lpcxpresso_11u37h as well as some others like from the lpcxpresso-8.2.2 examples.

All fail by not finding some header file or in case of the initial 11u37, which never makes it past 

while (!Chip_Clock_IsUSBPLLLocked()) {}

While i'm not looking for details as to how to fix problem A or B, am rather asking the question what EXACT sample code must i download from where, that will just work(TM).

By EXACT i'm mean the actual package rather that a page with dozens of possible packages to choose from, non of which have a name that would allow me to map my hardware to the proper package.

This is also what seems to me as "library hell".


I'm new to NXP and Cortex chips and while i've already learned a few core difference to the to me familiar atmega chips, i'm still failing to get the proper software stack. Most videos from the video vault omit this step and just start out with the stack already loaded or uses other chip sets.

Some clue sticks on this would really be appreciated.