I've downloaded/installed both IAR Workbench and CCSv5 and I'm trying to build and run the basic WiFi app on my MSP430 Fram experimentors board with CC3000 TiWi module but I get errors from both programs when I try to build:
From CCSv5 when I try to build BasicWiFiApplication:
gmake: *** No rule to make target `C:/Users/jaknoll/workspace_v5_3/CC3000 Spi/Debug/CC3000 Spi.lib', needed by `BasicWiFi Application.out'.gmake: *** No rule to make target `C:/Users/jaknoll/workspace_v5_3/CC3000HostDriver/Debug/CC3000HostDriver.lib', needed by `BasicWiFi Application.out'.gmake: *** No rule to make target `C:/Users/jaknoll/workspace_v5_3/HyperTerminal Driver/Debug/HyperTerminal Driver.lib', needed by `BasicWiFi Application.out'.gmake: Target `all' not remade because of errors.
From IAR when I try to make BasicWiFiApplication:
[Og007]: Assembler list file generation not allowed in this version of the compiler Error while running C/C++ compiler board.c [Og007]: Assembler list file generation not allowed in this version of the compiler Error while running C/C++ compiler
Can anyone help me?
It looks like you have two different issues here. As far as building the project in CCSv5, it looks like you did not create the individual libraries needed by the BasicWiFi Application project to compile correctly. What you have to do is build the CC3000 Spi project, CC3000HostDriver project, and HyperTerminal Driver project first. This will create CC3000 Spi.lib, CC3000HostDriver.lib, and HyperTerminal Driver.lib. Once these librariries are created, then build the BasicWiFi Application project. This should solve your issue. Also, before you start building these projects, make sure to clean all of the them first as well. This will clear all of the previous compilation erros. You can refer to the Basic WiFi app wiki, for detailed step-by-step directions on how to build the projects in both CCSv5 and IAR here: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/CC3000_Basic_Wi-Fi_example_application_for_MSP430
Now, for your IAR issue. It seems like you have a option set in your project options, that is not selected by default. There is a way to turn off Assembler list file generation. You can either right-click on the project and press options, go to project tab and select options, or Press Alt-F7. When the options menu opens, click on Assembler in the Category box to left. Once your Assembler options show up, click on the List tab. Now, unselect the Output list file check box. Make sure you check this setting for each one of the individual projects as well. This should clear up your issues.
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Thanks for the reply. I was following the directions to build each of the libraries but it turns out my workspace was set up inappropriately and it was looking for the libraries in the wrong place. I was able to get it worked out though. Thanks!
Where are the directions you're referring to?
sorry but I honestly can't remember. I found them either through the wiki or on the ti documentation page for the CC300. Sorry I can't be of more help
No problem, Jon. I found something in the Wiki that helped. I'm pretty sure I've got the basic app loaded and running, but it's not working. None of the other LEDs light up (the power LED does), and the iPhone app doesn't seem to see the CC3000, so something's still not right.
I also can't get HyperTerminal to do anything. It connects to the MSP430FRAM's comm port, but I don't get any of the stuff described here: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/CC3000_Basic_Wi-Fi_example_application_for_MSP430
Have you downloaded and installed the latest firmware? I had some issues in the beginning and it turned out I just needed to update the flash.
I got the firmware last week. How recent is yours?
Hello everybody, I just want to make sure every one is getting this new information. With the new firmware, there are different prerequisites. Please refer to the new version of the Basic WiFi app for MSP430 page at the following link:
I think I am having the same problem. You said your workspace was set up wrong. What was wrong with it? How did you fix it? I've been following this tutorial: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/CC3000_Basic_Wi-Fi_example_application_for_Launchpad#Running_Basic_WiFi_Application_with.C2.A0CCS_V5
but I haven't been able to get the WiFi application to build.
gmake: *** No rule to make target `Z:/ti/SimpleLinkHostFolder/MSP430/Apps/MSP430G2553/Basic WiFi Application CCS/CC3000 Spi/Debug/CC3000 Spi.lib', needed by `BasicWiFi Application.out'.gmake: *** No rule to make target `Z:/ti/SimpleLinkHostFolder/MSP430/Apps/MSP430G2553/Basic WiFi Application CCS/HyperTerminal Driver/Debug/HyperTerminal Driver.lib', needed by `BasicWiFi Application.out'.
Same problem. It thinks your project files are in a different directory than they are. Check the properties/path for your project, not sure where that is anymore
For me, it was about building the four targets in the right order. I think the errors you're seeing are due to that. The wiki page shows the correct order.
Alright, so here is the solution. Go to File -> properties-> linked resources and set the paths for the hostDriver, spi, and the hyperterminal. The hostdriver path was set relative to the PROJECT_LOC variable. All of three of these paths were wrong in my project. I don't even have a Z drive. After you reset the paths clean each project and then build them in the right order, HostDriver, Spi, HyperTerminal, and then BasicWifiApplication. This worked for me.
There is a slight bit of confusion on this thread. The beginning of the thread was first about the Basic WiFi app on the MSP430 FRAM, and this new issue is strictly pertaining to the Basic WiFi app for the Launchpad. In the launchpad app, Chase, you are correct, there are absolute paths that should not be in there, and this will be fixed shortly. In the meantime, please use the work around to fix the absolute paths, and change them to relative paths. Steps to follow: Project tab > Properties > expand resources > linked resources > link resources tab
The resources should look like this:
Edit the two invalid locations to be:
Z:\ti\SimpleLinkHostFolder\MSP430\Apps\MSP430G2553\Basic WiFi Application CCS\CC3000 Spi\Debug\CC3000 Spi.lib
Needs to be: PROJECT_LOC\..\CC3000 Spi\Debug\CC3000 Spi.lib
Z:\ti\SimpleLinkHostFolder\MSP430\Apps\MSP430G2553\Basic WiFi Application CCS\HyperTerminal Driver\Debug\HyperTerminal Driver.lib
Needs to be: PROJECT_LOC\..\HyperTerminal Driver\Debug\HyperTerminal Driver.lib
With the correct paths, your resources should look like the following;
After that clean, your previous build, and try again. This will fix the issue.
I am using version 5.51.6 of IAR workbench for MSP430
I am having the same build errors. but when I click project > there is no properties button to click ? I cant find where to change the symbolic links. Please could some one help me. I dono if i maybe have a newer version of workbench or what. But there should still be a properties button some where i have looked and i cant find one.
If I click on project i only get an options button that gives me a different interface.
Hi,I have the same problem.
Can anyone help us?
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