prabhuvd wrote on Wednesday, August 13, 2014:
You’re right , the FreeRTOSConfg.h in the project does not refere to **i86.h ** but during the building it picks the FreeRTOSConfg.h from project “PC” .Attached the building below.
Here is some additional details.
Version: Kepler Release
Build id: 20130614-0229
Downloaded FreeRTOS from https://sourceforge.net/projects/freertos/FreeRTOSv8.0.1.exe
FreeRTOS version : FreeRTOSv8.0.1
Steps followed to import Eclipse
- Select ‘Import’ from the Eclipse ‘File’ menu.
- In the dialogue box, select ‘General | Existing Projects Into Workspace’. .
*Selected FreeRTOS/Demo/WIN32-MingW as the directory and this brings up RTOSDemo, which is the project that i imported.
Build Log :
Info: Internal Builder is used for build
gcc “-IC:\WA\Eclipse\FreeRtos\FreeRTOSv8.0.1\FreeRTOS\Source\include” “-IC:\WA\Eclipse\FreeRtos\FreeRTOSv8.0.1\FreeRTOS-Plus\Source\FreeRTOS-Plus-Trace\Include” “-IC:\WA\Eclipse\FreeRtos\FreeRTOSv8.0.1\FreeRTOS\Demo\PC” -O2 -g -Wall -c -fmessage-length=0 -o “FreeRTOS_Source\croutine.o” “…\…\…\Source\croutine.c”
In file included from C:\WA\Eclipse\FreeRtos\FreeRTOSv8.0.1\FreeRTOS\Source\include/FreeRTOS.h:97:0,
C:\WA\Eclipse\FreeRtos\FreeRTOSv8.0.1\FreeRTOS\Demo\PC/FreeRTOSConfig.h:69:17: fatal error: i86.h: No such file or directory