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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Backslash in path problem (Keil EWARM)


Author: Eyal Teler (et3d)
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I'm trying to use WinARM with the Keil IDE, but I didn't manage to get
things to compile. After a bit of play, I figured it was because Keil is
supplying paths the Windows way (with backslash), and these characters
are completely ignored by WinARM, instead of being treated as path
separators.

Is there any way to solve this problem?

Thanks!

Author: Martin Thomas (mthomas) (Moderator)
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Eyal Teler wrote:

(EWARM is a product from IAR not Keil. The Keil package is called
RV-MDK(?) and the included IDE is called µVision)

> I'm trying to use WinARM with the Keil IDE, but I didn't manage to get
> things to compile.

What are the settings in the uVision "components" dialog?

> After a bit of play, I figured it was because Keil is
> supplying paths the Windows way (with backslash), and these characters
> are completely ignored by WinARM, instead of being treated as path
> separators.

Do you use the "arm-glue" package available from the WinARM-page? If
not: download the package and read the included setup-guide (unpack
files to C:\WinARM\bin, set arm-glue as prefix in uVision). The files in
the "glue-package" provide an interface between uVison and the GNU tools
as in WinARM. It's a collection of small programs which adjusts the
parameters.

Author: Eyal Teler (et3d)
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Sorry about the EWARM and uVision mixup. I feel like an idiot.

Thanks for the help. I'm downloading the glue package now.

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