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CCS/TIDA-00637: gmake: *** No rule to make target 'emeter-metrology-6736.lib', needed by 'emeter-app-6736.out'...
Part Number: TIDA-00637
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I've made the exact circuit described in TIDA-00637 EVSE charger. I loaded the program and I'm getting 20 errors and I can't figure out why. Below are my errors.
Which version of CCS are you using? This is an older software package initially designed for CCS 5.2. It will most likely work with newer versions but it might be best to build it with the version of compiler tools it was originally built with (ie) 4.4.6. You can install that version of compiler tools into CCS by following the procedure described in this page:
Then make sure to follow the procedure in the README.CCS file that comes with the TIDA-00637 software.
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In reply to AartiG:
I was using v9, it showed errors following that link though. So I uninstalled and installed v4. I followed the procedure and everything seems to work nicely except that it doesn't seem to want to build or rebuild the code. In the "C Build" window on the bottom it doesn't show any text like "Build complete". In the Problems window it continues to show no errors. I know this can't be right because I changed some of the text in the code just to test the error window and it continued to show no errors. I've attached a screenshot.
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