I am trying to use "__ide_target()" which I successfully used on CW7.x projects in the past. In CW10, I only see "Build Configurations" and cannot correlate the two. The HELP is useless.
I'm not such about that label but the concept of a "build target" is different on CW 10.0.
The closest parallel to the "build target" in the Classic IDE is CW 10's build settings, launch configuration, and with CW 10.1.8, the RSE settings. Stated another way:
Classic IDE target = Settings for build (compiler, linker), debugger settings, and connection settings.
CW 10.1= Build settings for compiler and linker settings
Launch configuration for debugger and connection settings
CW 10.1.8= Build settings for compiler and linker settings
Launch configuration for debugger settings (type, core assignments...)
Remote System Explorer (RSE) has the connection settings for host to target hardware
You can find more information on the target settings in the application note AN4253, "Converting Earlier Versions of CodeWarrior for StarCore DSPs Projects to Version 10.1.8".
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the info. My needs are much simpler than a multi-core app: I want to build for both a RAM-based system and a FLASH-based system, which was quite easy in CW7.x. I will read that document for any further clues.
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