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    XMC Library and Segger Embedded Studio for UART with XMC4700

    Hello,

    I am using Segger Embedded Studio and would like to build a simple UART communication for a XMC 4700 (got the eval board XMC 4700 Relax Kit).

    I found instruction on how to use the XMC Library for UART and how to integrate it into other IDEs like IAR, Atollic etc. But unfortunately nothing for my use case. It should still be fairly straight forward I believe, but I get several errors when I import the XMC sources into my Embedded Studio project (e.g "expected identifier or '(' before numeric constant").

    I believe the the XMC Library is the right way to go get a quick UART example setup, but if you got any other ideas, I am open for them.

    DAVE's UART APP was a good starting point, but porting that to a different IDE seems like a nightmare.

    Edit: Here is a code snippet of my main.c. I get the error stated above
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    Thanks.
    Last edited by Trompurlana; Aug 17th, 2017 at 12:48 PM. Reason: Add code snippet, remove 1 error line

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