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When I Import MSP-EXP432P401R_Software_Examples' sources toCSSv6.1 , it can't be build successfully.

Hello.

I downloaded the example sources from   www.ti.com.cn/.../msp-exp432p401r     (MSP-EXP432P401R Software Examples (ZIP 51232 KB) ).

And I installed the CCSv6.1.

I imported the CCS project to the CCSv6.1. I chose the BlinkLED_MSP432P401R from the Sortware_Examples.

When finishing import , the CCSv6.1 said :

See details below.
Warning: Resource 'driverlib' already exists! Ignoring...
Warning: Resource 'main.c' already exists! Ignoring...

And, when I just want to build the project without any modify, the Console said:

#10010 errors encountered during linking; "BlinkLED_MSP432P401R.out" not built BlinkLED_MSP432P401R C/C++ Problem

#10056 symbol "interruptVectors" redefined: first defined in "./msp432_startup_ccs.obj"; redefined in "./CCS/msp432_startup_ccs.obj" BlinkLED_MSP432P401R C/C++ Problem

Compilation was failed...

What should I do to repair this?

  • Hello,

    The project build fails because you have interruptVectors defined in multiple places, once in the project root directory and another time in a CCS folder. Strangely enough these are copies of the same object file (msp432_startup_ccs.obj) and one of them should not be included in the project. What else is in the CCS folder? I wouldn't think that it should have appeared when the project was imported, right click on this folder and select Exclude from Build then try to clean and build the project.

    Regards,
    Ryan

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