I'm at evaluating the CC2540 after having downloaded the free IAR EW8051 Kick-Start code limited version. After installation I tried to compile a project and got this message:
“Fatal Error[Pe035]: #error directive: "Build Configuration Error: At least one Controller build component required!" C:\Texas Instruments\BLE-CC254x-1.2\Components\ble\include\bcomdef.h“
I have already put bcomdef.h in the PATH, so that's not causing the error as far as I understand. Did not find any post describing this particular error message“At least one Controller build component required!”. I don't understand what is meant by “Controller build component “and how to fix it.
Does anybody have an idea?
I'm NOT an IAR expert but... shouldn't you try the EVALUATION version instead of the KICKSTART?
Can you give it a try?
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you're sure to have download IAR for 8051 ?? If this is the case, try to REdownload the BLE stack from TI website...I did it the last week, and I complile et build project without any problem
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