Reply by Saurabh Garg October 14, 20032003-10-14
This problem occurs as it requires the file "1819regs.h" to be in the
directory "ezkit" within the directory . So the file should be placed
such that u have the file as include/ezkit/1819regs.h



Marco Schuler <dummy@foo.bar> wrote in message news:<3f85154e$1@news.swissonline.ch>...
> Jerry Avins wrote: > > Marco Schuler wrote: > > > > > Hello > > > > > > I am starting using the ADSP-21065L EZ-Kit development board. I have an > > > include problem. When compiling a sample project with VisualDSP++ > > > version 2.0 I get the following error: > > > > > > main.h", line 16: catastrophic error #5: could not open source file > > > "ezkit/1819regs.h" > > > #include <ezkit/1819regs.h> //Visual DSP Ver 2.0 > > > > > > > > > In my ldf file I have the statement SEARCH_DIR( $ADI_DSP\21k\lib ). > > > > > > How can I solve this problem? what is that ezkit pre-statement that I > > > have to use within the include statement? > > > > > > The error occurs only when I compile a project that I created myself. > > > When I use a project that is on my server, that was created before by an > > > other engineer, there is no problem with the compilation. (I cannot ask > > > that engineer, he does not work here anymore...) > > > > > > Thank for your help! > > > > > > -- > > > Regards > > > Marco > > > > > What does the file path look like? Are you files and the former > > employee's in the same directory? > > I figured out that compilation does not work in the former employee's > directory too. I am not sure but I think there is maybe something wrong > with my installation of VisualDSP++, since in its installation > directory, there is no directory ezkit, where the include should be > taken from. Any ideas?
Reply by Marco Schuler October 9, 20032003-10-09
Jerry Avins wrote:
> Marco Schuler wrote: > > > Hello > > > > I am starting using the ADSP-21065L EZ-Kit development board. I have an > > include problem. When compiling a sample project with VisualDSP++ > > version 2.0 I get the following error: > > > > main.h", line 16: catastrophic error #5: could not open source file > > "ezkit/1819regs.h" > > #include <ezkit/1819regs.h> //Visual DSP Ver 2.0 > > > > > > In my ldf file I have the statement SEARCH_DIR( $ADI_DSP\21k\lib ). > > > > How can I solve this problem? what is that ezkit pre-statement that I > > have to use within the include statement? > > > > The error occurs only when I compile a project that I created myself. > > When I use a project that is on my server, that was created before by an > > other engineer, there is no problem with the compilation. (I cannot ask > > that engineer, he does not work here anymore...) > > > > Thank for your help! > > > > -- > > Regards > > Marco > > > What does the file path look like? Are you files and the former > employee's in the same directory?
I figured out that compilation does not work in the former employee's directory too. I am not sure but I think there is maybe something wrong with my installation of VisualDSP++, since in its installation directory, there is no directory ezkit, where the include should be taken from. Any ideas? -- Marco
Reply by Jerry Avins October 8, 20032003-10-08
Marco Schuler wrote:

 > Hello
 >
 > I am starting using the ADSP-21065L EZ-Kit development board. I have an
 > include problem. When compiling a sample project with VisualDSP++
 > version 2.0 I get the following error:
 >
 > main.h", line 16: catastrophic error #5: could not open source file
 >           "ezkit/1819regs.h"
 >   #include <ezkit/1819regs.h> //Visual DSP Ver 2.0
 >
 >
 > In my ldf file I have the statement SEARCH_DIR( $ADI_DSP\21k\lib ).
 >
 > How can I solve this problem? what is that ezkit pre-statement that I
 > have to use within the include statement?
 >
 > The error occurs only when I compile a project that I created myself.
 > When I use a project that is on my server, that was created before by an
 > other engineer, there is no problem with the compilation. (I cannot ask
 > that engineer, he does not work here anymore...)
 >
 > Thank for your help!
 >
 > --
 > Regards
 >  Marco
 >
What does the file path look like? Are you files and the former 
employee's in the same directory?

Jerry
-- 
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  tendency to dichotomize."                    Barbara Smuts, U. Mich.
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Reply by Marco Schuler October 8, 20032003-10-08
Hello

I am starting using the ADSP-21065L EZ-Kit development board. I have an 
include problem. When compiling a sample project with VisualDSP++ 
version 2.0 I get the following error:

main.h", line 16: catastrophic error #5: could not open source file
           "ezkit/1819regs.h"
   #include <ezkit/1819regs.h> //Visual DSP Ver 2.0


In my ldf file I have the statement SEARCH_DIR( $ADI_DSP\21k\lib ).

How can I solve this problem? what is that ezkit pre-statement that I 
have to use within the include statement?

The error occurs only when I compile a project that I created myself. 
When I use a project that is on my server, that was created before by an 
other engineer, there is no problem with the compilation. (I cannot ask 
that engineer, he does not work here anymore...)

Thank for your help!

--
Regards
  Marco