I want to add a new HeapBuf to the project using XGCONF, I can see the name of the new HeapBuf in the cfg file, I can see that ./configPkg/compiler.opt includes the file that contains the file which includes the new HeadBuf name but somehow the compilation fails on recognizing the name, adding it manually to the C file helps, what is missing?
I'm using CCS5.1.1.00031 and SYS/BIOS184.108.40.206
HRibut somehow the compilation fails on recognizing the name
What is the exact error message that you are seeing?
HRiadding it manually to the C file helps
What did you add to the C file? Did the error go away or are you still facing an issue?
I got "error #20: identifier "MsgQHeapBuf0" is undefined" adding "extern const ti_sysbios_heaps_HeapBuf_Handle MsgQHeapBuf0;" (The definition is from "message_m3_pem3.h") solved the error, I think it was supposed to get the definition from the file message_m3_pem3.h which includes in the compiler.opt,
Ok, great that you are no longer having the error. Can you please mark the thread as "verified answer"?
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