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Do I have to setup RVCT2 on my PC to run my project on the Device?

where can I download RVCT2 ?

Hello,
The ARM compiler suite is a licensable product. If you do not already own a copy, you will need to purchase, please see: http://www.arm.com/products/DevTools/index.html. For more information on supported ARM compilers, please see the C application primer, https://brewmobileplatform.qualcomm.com/devnet/prod/resources/devEx/libr... under "Device Compilers". Hope this helps.
Regards,
Brian

Hello,
The ARM compiler suite is a licensable product. If you do not already own a copy, you will need to purchase, please see: http://www.arm.com/products/DevTools/index.html. For more information on supported ARM compilers, please see the C application primer, https://brewmobileplatform.qualcomm.com/devnet/prod/resources/devEx/libr... under "Device Compilers". Hope this helps.
Regards,
Brian

Brian P. wrote:Hello,
The ARM compiler suite is a licensable product. If you do not already own a copy, you will need to purchase, please see: http://www.arm.com/products/DevTools/index.html. For more information on supported ARM compilers, please see the C application primer, https://brewmobileplatform.qualcomm.com/devnet/prod/resources/devEx/libr... under "Device Compilers". Hope this helps.
Regards,
Brian
Hi, Brian.
Thank you very much!
I have no RVCT2 now, but I have the ARM Developer Suite v1.2.
Is it useful to Brew MP?
When I Select Build > Build c_basicapp in vs2005 , It has some error:
------ Build started: Project: myfirstapp, Configuration: Debug ------
Makefile is up to date
Device Build out of date
Running makefile...
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--cpu'
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--apcs'
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--littleend'
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--split_sections'
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'D:\PROGRA~1\ARM\ADSv1_2\BIN\armcc.EXE' : return code '0x1'
Stop.
------ Build failed: Project: myfirstapp ------
How could I solve these problems?

Brian P. wrote:Hello,
The ARM compiler suite is a licensable product. If you do not already own a copy, you will need to purchase, please see: http://www.arm.com/products/DevTools/index.html. For more information on supported ARM compilers, please see the C application primer, https://brewmobileplatform.qualcomm.com/devnet/prod/resources/devEx/libr... under "Device Compilers". Hope this helps.
Regards,
Brian
Hi, Brian.
Thank you very much!
I have no RVCT2 now, but I have the ARM Developer Suite v1.2.
Is it useful to Brew MP?
When I Select Build > Build c_basicapp in vs2005 , It has some error:
------ Build started: Project: myfirstapp, Configuration: Debug ------
Makefile is up to date
Device Build out of date
Running makefile...
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--cpu'
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--apcs'
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--littleend'
Error: C3062E: unknown option '--split_sections'
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'D:\PROGRA~1\ARM\ADSv1_2\BIN\armcc.EXE' : return code '0x1'
Stop.
------ Build failed: Project: myfirstapp ------
How could I solve these problems?

Yes, version 1.2 is supported. If you select Tools+Options+Brew Mobile Platform+ARM Builds you should see this available in the compiler dropdown. My first hunch is that having the compiler in a directory with spaces might be an issue. I've got my ARM tools installed into a directory called c:\apps\ads12. Can you give a try to place the compiler into somewhere like this? Let me know if you get further.
Thanks,
Brian

Yes, version 1.2 is supported. If you select Tools+Options+Brew Mobile Platform+ARM Builds you should see this available in the compiler dropdown. My first hunch is that having the compiler in a directory with spaces might be an issue. I've got my ARM tools installed into a directory called c:\apps\ads12. Can you give a try to place the compiler into somewhere like this? Let me know if you get further.
Thanks,
Brian

Brian P. wrote:Yes, version 1.2 is supported. If you select Tools+Options+Brew Mobile Platform+ARM Builds you should see this available in the compiler dropdown. My first hunch is that having the compiler in a directory with spaces might be an issue. I've got my ARM tools installed into a directory called c:\apps\ads12. Can you give a try to place the compiler into somewhere like this? Let me know if you get further.
Thanks,
Brian
I select Tools+Options ,but there is no Brew Mobile Platform.Why?
I have installed everything about Brew Mobile Platform.

Brian P. wrote:Yes, version 1.2 is supported. If you select Tools+Options+Brew Mobile Platform+ARM Builds you should see this available in the compiler dropdown. My first hunch is that having the compiler in a directory with spaces might be an issue. I've got my ARM tools installed into a directory called c:\apps\ads12. Can you give a try to place the compiler into somewhere like this? Let me know if you get further.
Thanks,
Brian
I select Tools+Options ,but there is no Brew Mobile Platform.Why?
I have installed everything about Brew Mobile Platform.

It sounds like your BMP Visual Studio plugins may not be installed. Within the IDE, do you see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar? Have you been able to create a test BMP application within the IDE and run on the simulator?
Thanks,
Brian

It sounds like your BMP Visual Studio plugins may not be installed. Within the IDE, do you see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar? Have you been able to create a test BMP application within the IDE and run on the simulator?
Thanks,
Brian

Brian P. wrote:It sounds like your BMP Visual Studio plugins may not be installed. Within the IDE, do you see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar? Have you been able to create a test BMP application within the IDE and run on the simulator?
Thanks,
Brian
I have installed everything about BMP , including the BMP Visual Studio plugins .
I can see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar .
I can create a test BMP appliction within the IDE and run on the simulator.
But I select Brew MP Device from the Brew MP Plugin toolbar within Visual Studio and I Select Build > Build c_basicapp , It has errors.

Brian P. wrote:It sounds like your BMP Visual Studio plugins may not be installed. Within the IDE, do you see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar? Have you been able to create a test BMP application within the IDE and run on the simulator?
Thanks,
Brian
I have installed everything about BMP , including the BMP Visual Studio plugins .
I can see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar .
I can create a test BMP appliction within the IDE and run on the simulator.
But I select Brew MP Device from the Brew MP Plugin toolbar within Visual Studio and I Select Build > Build c_basicapp , It has errors.

It sounds like you have everything configured correctly. I'll work with the developers on my end and try to see if we can track down your issue further. Thank you for your patience.
Regards,
Brian

It sounds like you have everything configured correctly. I'll work with the developers on my end and try to see if we can track down your issue further. Thank you for your patience.
Regards,
Brian

Hi pdager,
Can you please tell us which version of Brew MP SDK you are using?
Thanks,
Karina

Hi pdager,
Can you please tell us which version of Brew MP SDK you are using?
Thanks,
Karina

Brian P. wrote:It sounds like you have everything configured correctly. I'll work with the developers on my end and try to see if we can track down your issue further. Thank you for your patience.
Regards,
Brian
I have installed everything about BMP , including the BMP Visual Studio plugins .
I can see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar .
I can create a test BMP appliction within the IDE and run on the simulator.
But I select Brew MP Device from the Brew MP Plugin toolbar within Visual Studio and I Select Build > Build c_basicapp , It has errors.

Brian P. wrote:It sounds like you have everything configured correctly. I'll work with the developers on my end and try to see if we can track down your issue further. Thank you for your patience.
Regards,
Brian
I have installed everything about BMP , including the BMP Visual Studio plugins .
I can see the necessary BMP build options listed in the toolbar .
I can create a test BMP appliction within the IDE and run on the simulator.
But I select Brew MP Device from the Brew MP Plugin toolbar within Visual Studio and I Select Build > Build c_basicapp , It has errors.

Karinag wrote:Hi pdager,
Can you please tell us which version of Brew MP SDK you are using?
Thanks,
Karina
Hi.
Brew MP 1.0.1 SDK Rev 5.7.

Karinag wrote:Hi pdager,
Can you please tell us which version of Brew MP SDK you are using?
Thanks,
Karina
Hi.
Brew MP 1.0.1 SDK Rev 5.7.

Hi,
The selectable ARM compiler option is not in the version of Brew MP SDK VS Plugin that you have and is why you are not seeing it.
Thanks,
Karina

Hi,
The selectable ARM compiler option is not in the version of Brew MP SDK VS Plugin that you have and is why you are not seeing it.
Thanks,
Karina

Karinag wrote:Hi,
The selectable ARM compiler option is not in the version of Brew MP SDK VS Plugin that you have and is why you are not seeing it.
Thanks,
Karina
I can't build MOD file. When I select Brew MP Device from the Brew MP Plugin toolbar within Visual Studio , select Brew MP Device ,Select Build > Build c_basicapp. I has error .That 's why?
thanks.

Karinag wrote:Hi,
The selectable ARM compiler option is not in the version of Brew MP SDK VS Plugin that you have and is why you are not seeing it.
Thanks,
Karina
I can't build MOD file. When I select Brew MP Device from the Brew MP Plugin toolbar within Visual Studio , select Brew MP Device ,Select Build > Build c_basicapp. I has error .That 's why?
thanks.

Hi pdager,
The Brew MP SDK 6.5 that just got posted has the selectable ARM compilers. This will make what you're trying to do easier and ADS1.2 is a supported option. You can follow Brian's earlier post.
Thanks,
Karina

Hi pdager,
The Brew MP SDK 6.5 that just got posted has the selectable ARM compilers. This will make what you're trying to do easier and ADS1.2 is a supported option. You can follow Brian's earlier post.
Thanks,
Karina