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[FAQ] Why am I getting a build error with TI-RTOS (SYS/BIOS)?

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What are the common reasons for getting a build error with TI-RTOS (SYS/BIOS)?

  • There are a few common situations that can cause a TI-RTOS (SYS/BIOS) build failure:

    • Failures can occur if there is a space, a ‘-“, or any “special” characters in the workspace, installation, or any directory that is used in the build.
    • Failures can occur if there another shell in the path. XDCtools contains its own version of Cygwin utilities in XDCtools/bin. Therefore build errors can occur if another shell is used instead of the Cygwin in XDCtools. Please confirm there is not another shell in your path (e.g. echo %Path% in Windows). Please note, shells can be hiding in many tools. For more details, please refer to https://e2e.ti.com/support/legacy_forums/embedded/tirtos/f/355/t/280941
    • Using wrong version of XDCtools.
      • SimpleLink SDKs or SYS/BIOS 6.50, please do not use XDCtools 3.32 (or lower).
      • SYS/BIOS 6.46 (or earlier) or TI-RTOS for <Device>, please do not use XDCtools 3.50 or higher.

    Please refer to the SYS/BIOS Release notes for the recommended XDCtools version. For PDK users, please use the recommended XDCtools version.

    If none of these help you, please attach the full build log to a new E2E post. Please don’t respond to this thread. Additionally please put the full build log into a file and attach the file to the new thread. This helps keep the threads more readable.

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