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Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
When building a TI-RTOS based CCS project it fails with the following error:
error: xdc.cfg.SourceDir : Build of generated source libraries failed: exit status = 2:
What is the reason for the error?
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A couple of different reasons could trigger this type of error.
1) Whitespaces or non-ASCII characters in paths referenced by the build tools
This was known to happen with older SYS/BIOS and TI-RTOS versions.
To avoid the error, make sure that all software packages are installed in paths without spaces, and workspace and project names also do not have spaces or non-ASCII characters.
2) Cygwin related errors
Take a look at the CCS build console for errors prior to the above diagnostic. If the errors are coming from the shell, the problem is likely related to Cygwin (which is supplied with CCS and XDCtools).
The types of shell errors that could occur are:
To avoid the error, try the solutions described in this CCS Build errors page: http://software-dl.ti.com/ccs/esd/documents/sdto_ccs_build-errors.html#rtsc-diagnostics
The Cygwin type of errors may also manifest during the automatic library build step. The same solutions described above should help in this situation as well.Please check this Mklib page for more information: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Mklib#MKS_or_Cygwin_or_gmake_tools_in_your_path
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