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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Bug report: Printf AND RTT prototype.

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    Looks like to use NewLib, I need to use SEGGER_RTT_printf.c because SEGGER_RTT_SES.c relies on SES library/header files. Please consider this not an issue. Thank you for the support.
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    Posted the thread Problems with GCC linker.

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    I needed some new features of the C++ library and so I tried to get NewLib to work. After much effort, I was able to get it to work but I ran into some issues I don't understand. I turned off the ES standard library by selecting No for Project…
  • There is a thread on the ST forum about this issue with other tool chains. Looks like ST got rid of the guard? waclawek.jan (Community Member) 10 hours ago__FPU_PRESENT has always been defined in the CMSIS-mandated device headers, except that it used to…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Bug report: Printf AND RTT prototype.

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    Sorry but I'm confused. When I used printf() in SEGGER_RTT_SES.c, I saw output in the Debug Terminal pane of Embedded Studio. It looks like SEGGER_RTT_printf.c in the Samples\RTT does the same thing. When should I use which one? What is wrong with…
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    Posted the thread [SOLVED] C++ standard library status.

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    Hi. Can you share the current state of the C++ STL that is included in the latest version of Embedded Studio? These threads suggest a new version is forthcoming but I cannot tell if that has already happened or still planned. Thanks!
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    Posted the thread [SOLVED] Bug report: Printf AND RTT prototype.

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    Printf over RTT has an improperly declared prototype and/or the function name is incorrect and/or comment is incorrect. This is with Release 4.10a Build 201810203.37618 Windows x64 SEGGER_RTT.h has the following prototype: Source Code (7 lines) I looked…
  • This applies to the ST processors. It may/may not apply to other vendors. When you set Project Options->Libraries->CMSIS 5 CMSIS-[CORE|DSP] Library to Yes, the build environment adds a -D__FPU_PRESENT to the c compiler command which ends up being a…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Missing processor number during build.

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    Holy moly! That was it. Compilation and linking fly now. Thank you.
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    Posted the thread Bug: STM32F411xx_Vectors.s has incorrect IRQ handler entries.

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    $(PackagesDir)/STM32F4xx/Source/STM32F411xx_Vectors.s" has many incorrect IRQ handler entries. For example, all the DMA IRQ handlers, SPI5, etc. are stubbed out as Dummy_Handler. I have "STMicroelectronics STM32F4xx CPU Support Package" Version 1.02…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Determine value of macros.

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    Looks like the dialog boxes where you would use a Macro have a drop down that shows the macros. The discoverability is meh...
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    Posted the thread [SOLVED] Missing processor number during build.

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    Release 4.10a Build 2018110203.37618 Windows x64 Minor issue - during compilation, in the output pane, it used to show the core number being used for that command i.e. in the list below, at the start of the line instead of "1>" I would see "1>" or "2>"…
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    Posted the thread [SOLVED] Determine value of macros.

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    How can I determine the value of a macro? Example: ProjectName or Configuration or ProjectDir or GCCTarget or LibExt or Lib Thank you, Harjit
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    Replied to the thread Project file format - what does "target" mean?.

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    Thank you. Within the tool, is there a way to get a list or just create an empty project and then look at the project file? Also, how does one close a thread / mark a thread as solved?
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    Posted the thread Project file format - what does "target" mean?.

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    Was looking at the .emProject file and the documentation didn't have information on "target": <solution Name="Blinky" target="8" version="2"> Thanks.