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x-cube-cryptolib - Adding to application in Keil IDE

KauneR
Associate II

Hello,

I've to add the x-cube-cryptolib to our application.

I added to include path, the file cmox_low_level.c and the library file libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a.

I get these errors:

\Middlewares\ST\STM32_Cryptographic\lib\libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a(1): error: A1167E: Invalid line start
\Middlewares\ST\STM32_Cryptographic\lib\libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a(2): error: A1167E: Invalid line start
\Middlewares\ST\STM32_Cryptographic\lib\libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a(3): error: A1167E: Invalid line start
\Middlewares\ST\STM32_Cryptographic\lib\libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a(4): warning: A1313W: Missing END directive at end of file

 

What can I do to fix these errors?

Thanks in advance!

 

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Yes. I reproduced the behavior.

You need to select "Library file" instead of "Assembly language .." in this menu:

SofLit_0-1708626273832.png

Right click on the library and select "Library file"

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SofLit
ST Employee

Hello,

What if you try to build any example under Projects\NUCLEO-L152RE\ with Keil? do you have the same issue?

I pointed you to that folder because STM32L152 is a CM3 device and it is using libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a library.

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Hello,

I'm not sure if the libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a is the correct one for me.

I have an STM32F101RD device.

I cannot build the Projects\NUCLEO-L152RE\ because I have not the required device for that project.

libSTM32Cryptographic_CM3.a is the correct one since STM32F101 is CM3 based MCU.

You can download the pack for STM32L151 from this link and have a try .. So this test can tell us if the lib is not corrupted.

PS: I build one of the projects under Projects\NUCLEO-L152RE and it compiled fine.

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KauneR
Associate II

Hello,

I 've downloaded the pack and tried one of the projects under Projects\NUCLEO-L152RE and it compiled correctly.

But my application cannot be build with the crypto lib...

Could this be a reason?

I do not have any hal header of the form

/* #include "stm32<series>xx_hal.h" */

in my project. So, I did not adapted this line in the file cmox_low_level.c.

Ok.. So no issue with the library.

I don't think the hal header is the source of the issue. 

I suggest you to see how a project from Projects\NUCLEO-L152RE is constructed to inspire from it.

You need at least to have something like this:

SofLit_0-1708624135534.png

Don't forget to define the include paths and the defines here:

SofLit_2-1708624316182.png

 

 

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KauneR
Associate II

Hello,

Without crypto lib, my application can be build and is running.

For the adding of the crypto lib, I added the include path, the c-file cmox_low_level.c and the lib a file.

Do I have anything else to add like defines for the crypto lib or an additional entry for the linker or compiler?

Yes. I reproduced the behavior.

You need to select "Library file" instead of "Assembly language .." in this menu:

SofLit_0-1708626273832.png

Right click on the library and select "Library file"

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Yes, this helped!

For the first selection, a library .a file only could be taken as asm file. Change to library file, could build in the crypto library in my project.

But now, I get the errors:

Error: L6218E: Undefined symbol __HAL_RCC_CRC_CLK_ENABLE (referred from cmox_low_level.o).
Error: L6218E: Undefined symbol __HAL_RCC_CRC_RELEASE_RESET (referred from cmox_low_level.o).

From where can I get those defines?

Thanks in advance!

Did you include "stm32f1xx_hal.h" in cmox_low_level.c file?

Comment __HAL_RCC_CRC_RELEASE_RESET() as there is no CRC RCC reset feature on STM32F1 product.

 

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