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Anonymous
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 Hello,

   

This is my first time using PSoC Creator.  I'm also not an expert C guy, but getting up to speed.

   

The error resides in the device.h and is the only line of code:  #include <project.h>

   

I understand what device.h is, but can't find anything on project.h accept an Internet organization.

   

If this is just a general newbie C problem, could recommend some reading?

   

If not, please help with the specifics,

   

Thanks in advance.

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Anonymous
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Compile error: prj.M0121:can't open file 'project.h' (Newbie first time compile)

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ETRO_SSN583
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The project.h file is generated by the build process automatically.

   

 

   

Below is an example of an empty build on a PSOC 3 project.

   

 

   

Post your project archive, "file", "create workspace bundle" and forum can take a look at it.

   

 

   

Regards, Dana.

   

 

   

/*******************************************************************************
 * File Name: project.h
 * PSoC Creator 3.0 Component Pack 7
 *
 *  Description:
 *  This file is automatically generated by PSoC Creator and should not
 *  be edited by hand.
 *
 *
 ********************************************************************************
 * Copyright 2008-2013, Cypress Semiconductor Corporation.  All rights reserved.
 * You may use this file only in accordance with the license, terms, conditions,
 * disclaimers, and limitations in the end user license agreement accompanying
 * the software package with which this file was provided.
 ********************************************************************************/

#include <cyfitter_cfg.h>
#include <cydevice.h>
#include <cydevice_trm.h>
#include <cyfitter.h>
#include <cydisabledsheets.h>
#include <CyDmac.h>
#include <CyFlash.h>
#include <CyLib.h>
#include <cypins.h>
#include <cyPm.h>
#include <CySpc.h>
#include <cytypes.h>
#include <PSoC3_8051.h>

/*[]*/

Rachel
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First reply posted First like given Welcome!

As a beginner, I also encountered this situation.
First build, project.h appears.
And then it compiles, and there are no errors.

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