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RF430F5978EVM: Build warning #10204-D could not resolve index library "libmath.a" to a compatible version.

Part Number: RF430F5978EVM
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: RF430F5978, , CC430F5137

I am trying to build and debug using the sample code for the RF4305978EVM.  I am getting the Build warning #10204-D could not resolve index library "libmath.a" to a compatible version.  Will this create a functional problem?  I see the libmath.a file in one of the include directories.  I had to build using an older version of the compiler (4.2.4[MSP430]).  Do I need to find an older version of libmath.a?  Is this even a problem?  It's a warning, not an error.

  • Hi John,

    I think the program is not using the libmath.a file. Try to remove libmath.a from the linker settings. Go to Project Properties -> Build -> MSP430 Linker -> File Search Path and remove libmath.a from the search path.

    I tried that with CCS version 10.4 and I could compile without problems. Used the sample firmware "RF430F5978_1v10_LPM4". Here my settings:

    Best Regards,

    Helfried

  • Thanks, I was able to compile without error with this tip.  Even previously, I was able to run the debugger with the code in this project, even with the Warning about the library.  What made me think there was a problem is that the demo project no longer works.  Are you able to get the demonstration RF430F5978EVM to work with this CCS project?

  • Hi John,

    I am working from home at the moment and don't have the HW available. I will come back to you the next days when I am in the lab to check that.

    Best Regards,

    Helfried

  • Hi John,

    I was now able to verify the code I compiled with CCS 10.4. It is working but it needs replacing the linker command file (lnk_cc430f5137.cmd) with the newest version. With the old file I got warnings and the compiled code was not working.

    Best Regards,

    Helfried