I'm using GCC to build my MSP432 project. I got the following error messages during the build
gmake: *** No rule to make target '../common.h ../data.h', needed by 'main.o'.
There are several other similar error messages with different header and object file names. Looks like makefiles generated by CCStudio is broken. In Debug__GNU/main.d, there is a line:
If I remove the backslash between header filenames, main.c can be compiled. However, main.d is overwritten with a broken one once main.c is compiled.
Also, if I clean the whole project and the build, everything is fine. However, modifying a few files and then building without cleaning first does not work.
I remember there was no issue with CCStudio 10.2. Is it a regression?
* Compiler: GCC 7.2.1 (Linaro)
* Device: MSP432P401R
* IDE: CCStudio 10.3.0.00007
* OS: Arch Linux