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Part Number: AWR1642
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
Hey guys and gals,
I'm developing on the C674x side of the AWR1642, and I require a lot of constants that are based trig transcendental functions. During my first pass, it seemed that the compiler was not simplifying the trig constants which I would normally expect out of a compiler.
In response I started working with a handful of Template Functions which should make good enough approximations (Taylor Series of depth 8-10), however, it seems that I'm hitting the 512 depth limit when I recurse through my array. I've seen a few posts for flags like --pending_instantiations=0 and --static_template_instantiation which should suffice. However, when I add these flags, I run into an issue where the C source files, which comprise the majority of my project, refuse to compile.
Is there a way to specify that my C++ files use the --pending_instantiations=0 or --static_template_instantiation flags, then link to the remainder of my C files?
I'm currently using Code Composer Studio Version: 7.3.0.00019
Alex ShirleyHowever, when I add these flags, I run into an issue where the C source files, which comprise the majority of my project, refuse to compile.
I'd appreciate if you would show the diagnostics you see when this happens.
Alex ShirleyIs there a way to specify that my C++ files use the --pending_instantiations=0 or --static_template_instantiation flags, then link to the remainder of my C files?
Please try this. Remove the --pending_instantiations and --static_template_instantiations options from the general project settings. Then use File Specific Options to add those options back on only the C++ files.
Thanks and regards,
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In reply to Alex Shirley:
Alex ShirleyCommand-line error #985: pending instantiations option can be used only when compiling C++
That's annoying. So, I filed CODEGEN-4182 in the SDOWP system. This entry does not report a bug, but requests that the compiler be changed. The option --pending_instantiations should be ignored when compiling a C file. You are welcome to follow it with the SDOWP link below in my signature.
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