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    Replied to the thread Using #define value as parameter to printf.

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    By "commas" you mean "quotes" ? Remember that the preprocessor just does a simple text substitution So, for this to work, your #define must expand to something that would be valid as a printf argument. So, if you want MODULE_NAME to expand to a…
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    Replied to the thread J-Link VCOM (Virtual COM port) at 1.8V ?.

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    Yes, target debug connection is SWD, and VTREF is connected - as it's required by the SWD. The baud rate looked correct on a scope and, as mentioned, it works fine with an FTDI USB-to-1.8V-UART cable. I had studied the links provided. is there any…
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    Replied to the thread Build example error.

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    Quote from yu_bl: “the file cc1.exe can be found ” But the error message says that the problem is starting the process - not finding the file. Can you run that file from the command line? Have you ever been able to build anything successfully?
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    Posted the thread J-Link VCOM (Virtual COM port) at 1.8V ?.

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    Should the J-Link VCOM (Virtual COM port) work at 1.8V ? I just want to receive stuff from a 1.8V target UART at 115200 baud. It works OK with an FTDI USB-to-UART cable (1.8V version), but a terminal connected to the J-Link VCOM just shows junk - as if…
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    Replied to the thread [ABANDONED] Start with SES stm32f103vc.

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    Does the code build? If yes, Can you download it? If yes, Does it run? Can you use the debugger to see what's happening ?
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Use -include in project.

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    can you be more specific? eg, link to the GCC documentation of that option
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] What makes something J-Link compatible?.

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    Look on the list of Supported CPUs: segger.com/products/debug-prob…pported-cpus-and-devices/ For ARM, there is a common standard debug interface (SWD or JTAG) on all their Cores - so a J-Link should work with anything ARM-based.