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Part Number: RM41L232
I am trying to go through the example_SafetyLib.c included with the HALCoGen. I am finding very difficult to complete the example due to being unable to find the image files referenced in the c file.
The first specifically is the SafetyLib_config_h_file.JPG, we cannot find it anywhere in the installed files or on TI’s webpage. Does anyone know where I can find the documentation necessary to complete the example included with HALCoGen.
The examples are accessible in two ways. As you have noted, they are available as C source code. It is not possible to include images in those files so there is only references to them within the comments. The second method is through the help utility included with the application.
i.e., Click Help --> Help Topics --> + Examples --> example_SafetyLib.c
Thanks and Regards,
In reply to Chuck Davenport:
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