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Sccccc
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Hello,

I get a KIT_A2G_TC387_5V_TFT and use the "AURIX_code_examples-master\code_examples\SPI_TLF_1_KIT_TC397_TFT" demo code want to debug the SPI, but after bulid shows "ctc E498: Vector table numbers are not allowed for TriCore "tc1.3"", what should I do fot this? 

Thank you!

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dw
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Hi CQ,

You have two options to solve it:

  • Switch to the latest ADS release (ADS 1.9.0), import the project and rebuild.

ADS 1.9.0 is not affected by this issue.

  • If you want to keep using ADS 1.8.0, you can add the missing option by:
    • Right click on the “Libraries” folder
    • Select “Properties -> C/C++ Build -> Settings -> TASKING C/C++ Compiler” and add the option as shown in the screenshot below
    • dw_0-1674090644971.png

       

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dw
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Please download ADS to build. https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/aurix-development-studio/

Below is a screenshot for your reference.

2023-01-10 13_51_39-Greenshot.png

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CQ
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Hi,

 I meet the same problem When debugging TC397'project .How did you solve is?

The Erros as follow:

ctc E478: intrinsic __cmpswapw is only defined for the TriCore1.6.*

ctc E498: Vector table numbers are not allowed for TriCore "tc1.3"

I know I need to change the configuration of TriCore. But I can't find where to modify in AURIX Studio.

Looking forward to your reply.Thank you!

 

 

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dw
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CQ, please attached the project you failed to build.

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CQ
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dw, I only deleted "Debug" folder. The project is so follow!

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dw
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Hi CQ,

You have two options to solve it:

  • Switch to the latest ADS release (ADS 1.9.0), import the project and rebuild.

ADS 1.9.0 is not affected by this issue.

  • If you want to keep using ADS 1.8.0, you can add the missing option by:
    • Right click on the “Libraries” folder
    • Select “Properties -> C/C++ Build -> Settings -> TASKING C/C++ Compiler” and add the option as shown in the screenshot below
    • dw_0-1674090644971.png

       

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