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Part Number: TMDS570LS31HDK
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
After developing and debugging a project ok in Debug mode I thought I would do a Release version.
After adding some missing include paths to match the Debug settings the project seemed to build ok.
But there is no .out file in the Release directory like there is in the Debug directory and no other feedback.
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In reply to Thomas Pikett:
As for why you got this error:
Thomas PikettIn demo-app/3P/lwip-1.3.2/apps/httpserver_raw_io makefsdata.c the include file dir.h is not found. I cannot find dir.h anywhere.
I see that for the "Debug" configuration, makefsdata.c has been excluded from the build (along with some other files). Hence why you didn't see the error when you built the Debug configuration. Since the "Release" configuration was never properly configured, it is not excluding any of the files that are supposed to be excluded.
I think my current project is far too messy to fix. I do not need a release build immediately so I will carry on development and mark this issue as resolved.
I will generate a new HALCogen then CCS project once I have finished - using the latest versions of them.
Thanks for your help.
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