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Basic Wi-Fi application with MSP430FG4618 and CC3000
I am trying to compile the Basic wifi application:
I am following the CC3000 Basic Wi-Fi example application for MSP430 guide (using IAR):
In the step 9 (described in the previous link) i get thr following error:
Fatal Error[Pe1696]: cannot open source file "spi.h"
Actually there's no "spi.h" file in any directory of my project.
You are right. For some reason there is no spi.h file. I am not sure whether it is actually necessary to have one. Have you tried to comment out the include command?
If you do actually need it, look at the spi.h file of the sensor application or other applications. it should be very similar.
Did you select Release or Debug option?
Hi, I selected the Debug option. Actually i'm new to iar, what's the main difference between the two options?
I noticed that it misses a lot of files such as:
#include "HAL_Board.h"#include "hal_rfspi.h"
These files are included in "board_spi.h". So if i comment the inclusion of "spi.h" i get those errors.
I'll try to face the problem by using the FRAM kit for testing, but the 16k flash could be the bottleneck.
The main difference is the debug information feature. Which version of IAR are you using? We are trying to reproduce your problem.
We checked the package that was uploaded and it is missing several files. We will upload the right one, it should be there tomorrow.
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