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Hi All, it seems that there is not any category for TC356/TC357 project on AURIX™ Development Studio (Version: 1.7.2) so, I want to know when AURIX™ ... Show More
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    I wonder how this example can be used with the external gcc compiler. I would like to use the LMU ram for initialized and uninitialized v... Show More
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I have two question regarding renaming of project  1. I have ADS project, I open the project by going to File -> Open Project from File System , and b... Show More
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Hello. i'm exercising with example code included in Development studio.   I'm analyzing below example code, and try to understand ILLD usage method. *... Show More
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Dear all, I'm using a TC375 LiteKit board and want to display some data over time using the OneEye Oscilloscope widget. I found some description how t... Show More
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Hello, I have upgraded my AURIX Development Studio install to version 1.7.2 from version 1.6.4 - as part of this, the DAS server version was upgraded ... Show More
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Hi Guys, I'm an assembler programmer and I need to setup an Assembler file in AURIX Development Studio, I create an empty C main startup project and t... Show More
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I have an AURIX TFT board TC39x running and I have a DAS driver that appears to allow the USB serial port operate properly. This is on a Windows 10 ma... Show More
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Hi team, I faced similar error during build with IfxScu_regdef.h stating:- ctc E207: ["...\TC32xA\IfxScu_regdef.h" 2182/44] syntax error - token "<int... Show More
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I am using AURIX development Studio 1.6.0 on Win10 (64-bit) machine and I am facing some issues when trying to connect to the TC275_LK board I get the... Show More
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AURIX™ Development Studio

The AURIX™ Development Studio is a free of charge Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the TriCore™-based AURIX™ microcontroller family. It is a comprehensive development environment, including Eclipse IDE, C-Compiler, Multi-core Debugger, Infineon low-level driver (iLLD), with no time and code-size limitations that enables editing, compiling, and debugging of application code. Combined with numerous code example projects, the IDE can be used to evaluate the powerful architecture of the AURIX™ microcontroller family. It supports Microsoft Windows 10 as a host operating system (OS).