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dmaris

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Trouble compiling
« on: January 25, 2013, 12:06:29 AM »
Working on a program which I compiled without issue. Then added two I/O modules, added a bit of code, checked for errors (none found) and then tried to compile...I then get an error:

"C Compilation, Linking or LHX create of FILENAME aborted with errors"

..however there are no errors in the error tab. In fact it is completely blank.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Offline dlewis

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Re: Trouble compiling
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2013, 01:10:24 PM »
I see that once in a while.  I just recompile and it goes through fine.

dmaris

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Re: Trouble compiling
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2013, 03:00:33 PM »
I have tried a few times but get the same result.

I did notice that although the "Error messages" tab is empty the "Build messages" tab had this in it:


Could Not Find C:\Users\DavidMaris\Plus+1 programs\build\FILENAME.out
"app2811woplink.cmd", line 150: error: run placement fails for object ".ebss",
   size 0x2ffe (page 1).  Available ranges:
   H0SARAM      size: 0x1f80       unused: 0xc2e        max hole: 0xc2a
   MSARAM       size: 0x7c0        unused: 0x460        max hole: 0x460
   LSARAM       size: 0x2000       unused: 0x91b        max hole: 0x91b     
error: errors encountered during linking; "FILENAME.out"
   not built
******************** MC24_21_MC24_24T.obj
******************** FILENAME.obj
 
******************** _DynamicDiagnostic.obj
******************** _NVDATA.obj
******************** _TIMEKEY.C
******************** _TIMEKEY.obj
******************** FILENAME.CMF
******************** FILENAME.out
ERROR: the last command returned code 1
WARNING: target "FILENAME.hex" not rebuild because of errors.
WARNING: target "FILENAME.hex" not rebuild because of errors.
C Compilation, Linking or LHX create of FILENAME aborted with errors




dmaris

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Re: Trouble compiling
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2013, 11:45:55 PM »
Found the problem...one too many IO modules...ran out of memory.

Thanks Randy