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    New Member New Member Mrxiao is on a distinguished road
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    Create a TC275 project with iLLD in tasking

    I want to create a TC275 project with iLLD in tasking , but I do not know what to do , I did not find the relevant information about this .
    How did you do that? Can someone help me ?

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    Dear Mr. Xiao,

    I don't know whether you're using our TASING Lite or full edition but the workflow is identical. You need to add a software platform document to your project.
    Please have a look at http://tasking.com/support/tricore/c...guide_v6.1.pdf
    Chapter 3 will guide you through the process of using our software platform.

    Best regards,
    Jan Schlemminger
    TASKING Field Application Engineer

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    New Member New Member shimizus3106 is on a distinguished road
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    HI
    I also tried it with the Guide. I could make it with TC2xx but couldn't do with TC3xx because some error happened.
    I don't know whether the cause is from iLLD or from compiler.

    Anyone can build in case of TC3xx ?

    regards,
    shimizus

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    Beginner Beginner mdmacniv is on a distinguished road
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    Hello,

    'some weird error' happened. The 'weird error' I get when I include the iLLDs into a TC387 TASKING project shows itself as the compiler spitting out TONS of messages non-stop.

    To fix this (as is documented in the guide how-to-build-your-illd-application-with-tasking-vx-toolset-for-tricore, is to MAKE SURE that automatic inclusion of 'sfr' files is turned OFF in the settings.
    Project Properties/C-C++ Build/C-C++ Compilere/Preprocessing/ ... 'Automatic Inclusion of '.sfr' file.

    I hope that helps.

    Regards,

    M.

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