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Thread: Tasking and iLLD

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    Tasking and iLLD

    Hello ,

    I'm trying to include iLLD library for AURIX on Tasking ( versione 6.3r1 ) , from this version the "tasking software platform" is discontinued .....
    so , how to do this process now ? Anyone can help me with this problem ( that I think is very very common ) ?

    Thanks

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    I would suggest to use the bifaces interface and change the configuration to point to the Tasking toolchain you are using. There are base projects for each device series which you can import into your workspace. Then rename it and make sure you can build without errors so this can be used as your starting point. Then for the specific iLLDs you need to look at the demo code and include what you wish.

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    Thanks ,

    I already do it but there are 2 problems :

    1) Using Tasking 6.3r1 ( last version ) return errors on linker
    2) Tasking IDE have something very usefull ( Pin Mapper for example ) that We would not miss

    My main problem is that to include many and many path with header inclusion is not so smart .

    Any other way to do it from inside Tasking ?

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    Solved ,
    This Tasking document explain it in details :

    https://resources.tasking.com/taskin...et-for-tricore

    I hope this can help someone other too .

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