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June 3, 2009
Tutorial - Beginning Embedded Electronics - 2 |
about 5 years ago
Sorry my backslashes did not show up. I will use arrows to show sub folders instead
C: -> code -> blink_1MHz, I needed an additional folder that I had to manually create ‘C: -> code -> blink_1MHz -> .dep’. Once that folder was there, I compiled and it created the .o.d file
I had to make a folder called ‘.dep’ in the directory my .c file was. So if my code sat in C:\code\blink_1MHz\, I needed an additional folder that I had to manually create ‘C:\code\blink_1MHz.dep\’. Once that folder was there, I compiled and it created the .o.d file
In Windows Vista, I had to manually create the .dep folder in the directory I was trying to compile in. Windows explorer would not let me do this, so I did it through the command prompt.
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