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CCS/BOOSTXL-SENSHUB: unresolved symbol _FDclass, first referenced in C:/ti/TivaWare_C_Series-2.1.4.178/sensorlib/ccs/Debug/sensorlib.lib<comp_dcm.obj> compdcm_mpu9150 C/C++ Problem

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Part Number: BOOSTXL-SENSHUB

Tool/software: Code Composer Studio

Hi.

When i tried to build the compdcm_mpu9150 example from tivaWare in CCS i found this error:
unresolved symbol _FDclass, first referenced in C:/ti/TivaWare_C_Series-2.1.4.178/sensorlib/ccs/Debug/sensorlib.lib<comp_dcm.obj> compdcm_mpu9150 C/C++ Problem

Seeking the solution i found this theat CCS/EK-TM4C123GXL: Compdcm_mpu9150 (senshub) example won't compile in CCS7 they propose to download the ARM compiler, I follow the instructions but anyway i couldnt make it work.

So thinking a little i found another way to make it work witout all the problems of download and change the compiler. 

My solution is just import all the examples of SensorHub, and in the same workspace i import the sensorlib.



Then build the sensorlib with the newest ARM compiler.

Then i copy the sensorlib project from my workspace to C:\ti\TivaWare_C_Series-2.1.4.178\sensorlib\ccs  (delete oldest sensorlib before copy the new one to ensure no let oldest files)

Then back in CCS select compdcm_mpu9150 click on debug, and your project should work. Enjoy.



Let me know if this solution works for you. :)

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    Thank you for sharing your experience and what you did to resolve your issue. I will move this thread to the TM4C forum where there will be the most interest in this topic.

    Thanks
    ki

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  • Hi Jorge,
    Thank you for sharing your resolution with the community!

    regards,

    Charles

     

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