Building with codewarrior v7.1.2 for the V2 family, specifically using the MCF52259 chip...
For simplicity, I am redirecting printf(...) to an AsynchroSerial module (AS1). I am NOT using the internal console, but an external VT100 terminal interface for stdout.
The following code segment:
char UartChar = 'D';printf("%c", UartChar);
does nothing. Following things through down through the debug process, I come across this snippet within printf_tiny_IO.c (line 460, file revision 188.8.131.52):
#if LIBDEF_PRINTF_CHAR case 'c': /* char */ c1 = (char)va_arg(args, int); str = (char *) &c1; len = 1; goto string; /*lint !e801 Use of goto is not deprecated */#endif
The line is not compiled into the project (no dots on the left hand side to place debug breakpoints).
I have tried adding the following to the project "C/C++ Preprocessor ---> Prefix Text" box:
#define LIBDEF_PRINTF_CHAR 1
But that does not seem to help the way I expect it should-- the code snippet above is STILL ignored, and I can find no higher-level #if condition that is missing.. Am I mis-understanding how to set this parameter in the v7.1.2 codewarrior tool?