Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMS320F28379D, C2000WARE
Hello TI Community,
I'm currently working on a project using the TMS320F28379D microcontroller and have encountered a debugging issue. When I attempt to step into or over the
void spi_updateController() function, the debugger redirects to a message stating "No source available for 'SysCtl_delay()'" with a file path pointing to my project's output file.
Additionally, I've noticed a warning in my project:
#10373-D library "C:/ti/c2000/C2000Ware_5_00_00_00/driverlib/f2837xd/driverlib/ccs/Debug/driverlib_coff.lib" contains TI-COFF object files which are incompatible with the ELF output file.
I'm unable to locate the
SysCtl_delay() function in my code, which suggests it might be part of an external library or indirectly called. I'm seeking assistance to understand:
- Why the debugger is pointing to
SysCtl_delay()and how to resolve the "No source available" issue.
- The impact of the mentioned warning about library incompatibility on my project.
- Any insights into how
SysCtl_delay()is being used in the context of TMS320F28379D projects.
Any guidance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.