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BlueMicrosystem2_V2.2.0 build with SystemWorkbench

Question asked by Dilbert K on May 19, 2017
Latest reply on May 19, 2017 by Dilbert K

I just downloaded the BlueMicrosystem2_V2.2.0 and build with AC6 (System Workbench).

The project I trying is :

BlueMicrosystem2_V2.2.0\Projects\Multi\Applications\BlueMicrosystem2\SW4STM32\STM32L476RG-SensorTile\STM32L4xx-SensorTile

What I have noticed is following :

#ifdef STM32_NUCLEO
0x80,
#elif STM32_SENSORTILE
0x02,
#endif /* STM32_NUCLEO */

My understanding in gcc, "#elif" would not be supported.  Since the project is using the Defined Symbol options.

I have to change it to following in order to have the code build.

      #elif defined STM32_SENSORTILE

 

 

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