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x3x3
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hi.

I am developing a tc397 board using the tasking compiler provided by the aurix studio.

 

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this is my compiler setting 

and I had a problem using c and c++ together. 

so i looked it up on this forum and i found that aurix studio does not offer c/c++

but i can declare class or use vector like this

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this fact confuses me even more .

I would appreciate it if you could help me 

 

 

 

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dw
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The CPP demo is using c++ to comple the project. I think it would help you.

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It's recommended to contact your Infineon representative for the demo code of iLLD_TC375_ADS_Blinky_LED_CPP

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x3x3
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thanks your reply 🙂

but my problem is not illd library. Rather, the illd function works well.

I just wonder why vector and class are used where c++ is not supported!

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the demo is for CPP

x3x3
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im sorry i don`t understand.

cpp demo that you said is meaning like " is it a demo library concept that allows only class and vector to be used?" 

 

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dw
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The CPP demo is using c++ to comple the project. I think it would help you.