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    ERROR : 'ERU0_2_IRQHandler' redeclared as different kind of symbol XMC1302

    Hello,

    I configurate a XMC1300 Boot Kit for LLC converter.

    There are two different input signals, which should trigger different interrupt rutines.
    As external trigger I use two instances of DIGITAL_IO. For each DIGITAL_IO I use one instance of Event_Detector and Event_Generator to trigger the interrupt.
    But when I connect the second Event_Generator in the "HW Signal Connections" this Error occurs during building:

    ERROR : 'ERU0_2_IRQHandler' redeclared as different kind of symbol

    When I undo this connections new Errors occur like:

    ERROR : 'CCU8_1_IRQHandler' redeclared as different kind of symbol

    How ca I fix this?

    kind regards Marcel

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    Advanced Advanced Daryl Neo is on a distinguished road
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    HI Marcel,

    Did you managed to solve this already? I will need more information to help here...

    Regards,
    Daryl

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    Solution

    You might have named the "Interrupt Handler" and "Interrupt App" the same. Change the name of any one of them and retry.

    The problem is because there are two different "kinds" of things with the same name, it gives the error "redeclared as different kind of symbol"

    Hope it helps

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