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printing source code in Crossworks 2

Started by Bruce in LPC200014 years ago 51 replies

I wanted to see if anyone had experienced a problem printing their source code in Crossworks. This is Crossworks 2 on Ubuntu Linux. When I select...

I wanted to see if anyone had experienced a problem printing their source code in Crossworks. This is Crossworks 2 on Ubuntu Linux. When I select print there are no printers listed even though they show up in other applications. I tried to get Rowley to work the issue but Paul says it is probably a problem with the software he uses to make Crossworks with. To give him a fair shake I'll download a ...


Crossworks vs IAR and Keil uVision

Started by householder_lpc in LPC200019 years ago 4 replies

Does the Crossworks environment allow you to build a professional quality program? Other than the compiler, are there big limitations of ...

Does the Crossworks environment allow you to build a professional quality program? Other than the compiler, are there big limitations of Crossworks as opposed to the Keil and IAR tools? Thank you for every opinion !


NXP Cortex M3 ports - GCC Rowley

Started by Jean-Sebastien Stoezel in LPC200014 years ago 18 replies

Hello, I am porting an application that uses freeRTOS from the LPC2000 family to the NXP Cortex M3. I use a custom board with an LPC1756,...

Hello, I am porting an application that uses freeRTOS from the LPC2000 family to the NXP Cortex M3. I use a custom board with an LPC1756, and Crossworks for MAC OS. I get a linker error with Crossworks and before I contact Rowley I would like to confirm this error is not specific to the demo project I am using. Crossworks works just fine for all the other projects I have, just not that one...


Newlibc + Crossworks?

Started by kevin_townsend2 in LPC200015 years ago 3 replies

I often come across interesting open source projects that use newlibc (Contiki OS, for example), but since I use Crossworks I'm not really sure...

I often come across interesting open source projects that use newlibc (Contiki OS, for example), but since I use Crossworks I'm not really sure how to go about using newlibc instead of the gcc libraries provided by Crossworks (though I believe the libraries provided with Rowley are actually a replacement for the GCC code to avoid license restrictions). Has anyone here had any success configurin...


CrossWorks Debug/Download Problem

Started by Chris in LPC200012 years ago 2 replies

Trying to test out the CrossWorks IDE. Had a LPC1765 project already compiled and running on my board with another IDE. Took one of the...

Trying to test out the CrossWorks IDE. Had a LPC1765 project already compiled and running on my board with another IDE. Took one of the LPC1768/FreeRTOS examples and modified it, and converted my project files. They all compile. Flash/Ram images appear to be nearly identical to original build, seem to be correct enough to try running. Using Olimex ARM-USB-OCD pod. Original CrossWorks ...


Re: CrossWorks Debugger loosing breakpoints?

Started by pete...@esysr.com in LPC200015 years ago 3 replies

Hi Group > > When I debug in CrossWorks (Release 1.7 build 6) I often loose all the > two hardware breakpoints. With "loose the...

Hi Group > > When I debug in CrossWorks (Release 1.7 build 6) I often loose all the > two hardware breakpoints. With "loose the breackpoints" I mean that even > though NO breakpoints (or only one) is set, CrossWorks tells me that no > more breakpoints are available. > Same here. I am running Release 1.7 build 14. I frequently get into a mode where no breakpoints are shown but CrossWor


GNU libc header files and Crossworks

Started by Kevin Townsend in LPC200016 years ago 1 reply

I am trying to port a GCC-based project to an lpc2148 and Crossworks, and noticed that there are many includes that are, well, not included...

I am trying to port a GCC-based project to an lpc2148 and Crossworks, and noticed that there are many includes that are, well, not included with Crossworks (all of the items below, for example). #include #include #include #include #include #include #include #include #include


Crossworks - loader communication buffer too small

Started by Markus Zingg in LPC200014 years ago 2 replies

Hi all, I started to work on an olimex LPC2478 board and intend to write some proprietary firmware using Crossworks. I sucessfully did some...

Hi all, I started to work on an olimex LPC2478 board and intend to write some proprietary firmware using Crossworks. I sucessfully did some projects with the Amontec JTAG tiny, and can connect to the board from within Crossworks. However, when I try to download my code to start debugging, a "loader communication buffer too small" error message apears. The Output window does not show a...


LPC-2378-STK board LCD Screen using Crossworks.

Started by jasuk1970 in LPC200016 years ago 13 replies

Hi, Hopefully by the weekend I should be up and running with Crossworks and my Olimex LPC-2378-STK Board. One of the things I would like to...

Hi, Hopefully by the weekend I should be up and running with Crossworks and my Olimex LPC-2378-STK Board. One of the things I would like to be able to do is start using the Nokia Screen on the device. Does anyone have a basic examples of using the screen with the Crossworks compiler? I am new to Arm programming but If I could basically Initialise/power up the screen and send data to i...


CrossWorks verser IAR Compiler Output Size Question

Started by dmlcoder in LPC200018 years ago 4 replies

Hi, New to this board and ARM development. I'm in the process of selecting a tool set. I have the IAR 32k limited evaluation and the...

Hi, New to this board and ARM development. I'm in the process of selecting a tool set. I have the IAR 32k limited evaluation and the CrossWorks 30-day evaluation. With my limited experimentation (about 1 week), both tools seem to be working okay. However, the issue I'm trying to resolve is why the CrossWorks/GCC compiler output is so much larger. In a file-by-file comparison the...


USB Secondary boot loader for LPC2378

Started by pete...@esysr.com in LPC200015 years ago 2 replies

I have been trying to get a USB secondary boot loader to work on my Olimex LPC-P2378 using CrossWorks tools. Since I am new to debugging USB...

I have been trying to get a USB secondary boot loader to work on my Olimex LPC-P2378 using CrossWorks tools. Since I am new to debugging USB and fairly new to CrossWorks I have been going in circles. Anyone know of a USB Bootloader for the LPC2378 that builds under CrossWorks? ------------------------------------


LPC2148 - Crossworks

Started by mgiaco82 in LPC200018 years ago 7 replies

Hello i want to use crossworks for arm with a lpc2148 board from embedded artists. 1) Can I use this compiler for lpc2148 because i found no...

Hello i want to use crossworks for arm with a lpc2148 board from embedded artists. 1) Can I use this compiler for lpc2148 because i found no informations on the website. And i also found no sample code for lpc2148 on the sample files. 2) Is difficult to rewrite the sample programs from Phillips (Keil bundle or ARM bundle) to Crossworks? What must i look for. 3) Is the tasking lib...


INTERESTING Rowley Crossworks 1.7 - jtag wiggler problem

Started by "zarko.nikolic" in LPC200016 years ago 28 replies

Recently I started laerning about ARM (LPC2148) and found Keil, IAR and Rowley GUI environments. I read their documentations and user comments...

Recently I started laerning about ARM (LPC2148) and found Keil, IAR and Rowley GUI environments. I read their documentations and user comments and to me it seems tgat Rowley Crossworks is what suits me the best (it is not as complicated as Keil or IAR). I have some problems with JTAG Wiggler in Rowley CrossWorks 1.7. I made the JTAG Wigler clone similar to Leon's design (with 74HC244). ...


bit names in CMSIS

Started by Tim Mitchell in LPC200012 years ago 30 replies

I use Crossworks and normally I've been using the register/bit names in the crossworks device header files to access the device registers, e.g....

I use Crossworks and normally I've been using the register/bit names in the crossworks device header files to access the device registers, e.g. PCONP|=PCONP_PCUART3; to turn on the power for uart 3. The Crossworks device header file has all the bits defined in each register in the format _ However recently I've been using an NXP example file which uses the CMSIS regist


Crossworks beginner

Started by normnet2003 in LPC200013 years ago 38 replies

I'm not able to correct the error "invalid use of void expression". My background is in Basic and PIC but I have successfully ported several...

I'm not able to correct the error "invalid use of void expression". My background is in Basic and PIC but I have successfully ported several basic PIC programs to C PIC. Now I am trying ARM but cannot correct this simple error. The Crossworks tutorial states "To correct the error, change the return type of factorial from void to int in its prototype." // CrossWorks Tutorial #include


LPC23788 USBHID Rowley Crossworks

Started by Oto in LPC200014 years ago

Hi all, I have KEIL MCB2388 board with LPC2388 and Rowley crossworks. I took KEIL MCB2388 USBHID example, make some changes in code like...

Hi all, I have KEIL MCB2388 board with LPC2388 and Rowley crossworks. I took KEIL MCB2388 USBHID example, make some changes in code like http://www.keil.com/forum/docs/thread10565.asp When i run program, windows recognized USB HID device, but no data was transferred. Here is log from Bushound for project, i run from Crossworks Device Length Phase Data ...


Need demo for CrossWorks CTL that uses timers and interrupt IO on LPC2129

Started by Peter Klemm in LPC200016 years ago 1 reply

I am trying to understand how to manage IO with interrupts when using CrossWorks Tasking Library (CTL). I have a small program with 3 tasks. Two...

I am trying to understand how to manage IO with interrupts when using CrossWorks Tasking Library (CTL). I have a small program with 3 tasks. Two tasks just blink LEDs and the third outputs via UART0 using interrupts. I seem to not understand how to setup interrupts on the LPC2129, or maybe I am not understanding CTL and interrupt routines. Anyone have a good example program for CrossWorks ...


Min. Requirements for VIC in Crossworks w/2478

Started by Kevin Townsend in LPC200015 years ago 14 replies

There are a lot of example out there of how to configure vectored interrupts with GCC, but I'm a bit confused about what exactly needs to be done...

There are a lot of example out there of how to configure vectored interrupts with GCC, but I'm a bit confused about what exactly needs to be done when using Crossworks (with the 23xx/24xx CPU package in my case). The "irq_handler" code, for example, is already provided, and I know that you need to add "VECTORED_IRQ_INTERRUPTS" to the preprocessor definitions. Do I still require something like VI...


64-bit integer division problem in CrossWorks(r) for ARM

Started by John Doe in LPC200019 years ago 2 replies

Hi! CrossWorks(c) for ARM has problem with 64-bit integer division when one or both operands have value exceeds 32-bit capacity....

Hi! CrossWorks(c) for ARM has problem with 64-bit integer division when one or both operands have value exceeds 32-bit capacity. This is code below to work around. Does somebody knows this is CrossWorks ARM library problem only or also GCC ARM library has it ???


Problem with Timers and VICVectors on CrossWorks.

Started by nimster6969 in LPC200016 years ago 14 replies

I'm trying to make a led blink using interrupts and timers, already did with delay but now I need to be able to control the times. I'm using...

I'm trying to make a led blink using interrupts and timers, already did with delay but now I need to be able to control the times. I'm using crossworks in my university and im able to copile this and build the *.hex but it seems the interruption never happend neither in debug mode.Is there anything wrong with my code...any mistake that I've made, I'm using LPC2103 board and I'm a newbie in AR...



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