I'm migrating from DSP/BIOS to SYS/BIOS (CCSv5.2.2, BIOS 6.33.05.46, XDC Tools 3.23.03.53) and my ProjectHome\Debug\configPkg\package\cfg\build_p674.h file is not getting populated correctly. Below are its contents:
/* * Do not modify this file; it is automatically * generated and any modifications will be overwritten. * * @(#) xdc-y25 */#include <xdc/std.h>extern int xdc_runtime_Startup__RESETFXN__C;extern int xdc_runtime_Startup_reset__I;extern int xdc_runtime_Startup__EXECFXN__C;extern int xdc_runtime_Startup_exec__E;
As a result, I'm getting many errors of the nature:
Description Resource Path Location Type#20 identifier "AlarmEventTaskFreeQueue" is undefined UmmRuntimeModule.cpp /Vibration Monitor line 130 C/C++ Problem
I have these (relevant lines) in my cfg file:
bios.SEM.create("AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore");bios.SEM.instance("AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore").comment = "Alarm Event Task Pool";
Why is the build_p674.h () file not getting populated?
Although I was working on this problem previously (http://e2e.ti.com/support/embedded/bios/f/355/t/193719.aspx) and am getting the same problem, I have completely restarted this project from scratch.This project includes the generated RTSC platform package (from the migration tool) whereas the previous project did not.
Latest cfg file is attached (8585.VibrationMonitor.cfg).
In your attached 8585.VibrationMonitor.cfg file these two lines are commented out:
//bios.SEM.create("AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore");//bios.SEM.instance("AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore").comment = "Alarm Event Task Pool";
I’m wondering why, and if maybe this is causing an earlier error that is resulting in the short .h file. Is this possible, or is the attached .cfg not your latest?
I commented them out because I tried using the XGCONF tool to add the same semaphore:
var AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphoreParams = new Semaphore.Params();AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphoreParams.instance.name = "AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore";Program.global.AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore = Semaphore.create(null, AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphoreParams);
Whether I use
or the XGCONF tool as shown above (and comment out accordingly), my build_p674.h (1108.build_p674.h) is not getting populated.
My cfg file has everything I need that should be in the build_p674.h file. Why aren't the contents of the cfg file getting produced in the build_p674.h file?
Latest config file is attached (3225.VibrationMonitor.cfg)
I appreciate your help. Thanks.
I commented these out because I tried doing this at the bottom of the file:
var Semaphore = xdc.useModule('ti.sysbios.knl.Semaphore');var AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphoreParams = new Semaphore.Params();AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphoreParams.instance.name = "AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore";Program.global.AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphore = Semaphore.create(null, AlarmEventTaskPoolSemaphoreParams);
but had no luck. Whether I use the bios.SEM.create(...) and bios.SEM.instance(...).comment or the lines above, I still get the same result: No populated build_p.674.h file...
Latest config file is attached - 0245.VibrationMonitor.cfg
Can this thread be closed now, or are you still working this issue?
Go ahead and close it...thanks to all who attempted to help.
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