7 Replies Latest reply on Apr 29, 2011 8:11 AM by mykt

    Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.

    ruslan.batrshyn

      Hello

         

      I try command line compilation. Make all like in article . I write bat file 

         

      set PSOCTOOLS="C:\Program Files\Cypress\PSoC Designer\5.1\Common\CypressSemiBuildMgr\tools"
      set DEVICE=CY7C63813-SXC
      set BASEDEVICE=CY7C63800
      set LASTROM=0x1fff
      set path = %PSOCTOOLS%
      make -f %PSOCTOOLS%\Makefile clean
      make PROJNAME=test1 -f %PSOCTOOLS%\Makefile makemake
      make -f %PSOCTOOLS%\Makefile depend
      make PROJNAME=test1 -f %PSOCTOOLS%\Makefile
      PAUSE

         

      The next error appear.

         

      U:\cyprojects\test1\test1>make PROJNAME=test1 -f "C:\Program Files\Cypress\PSoC
      Designer\5.1\Common\CypressSemiBuildMgr\tools"\Makefile makemake
      psocmakemake.exe test1 -oproject.mk
      make: *** [makemake] Error -1073741819

         

      How can I resolve this error.

         

      Do somebody have other sample of command line compilation?

         

      Thanks in advance.

        • 1. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
          robert.teufel

          Hi,

             

          we highly encourage our community here to jump in and answer questions as well. Has somebody else encountered this issue. In our test environment the approach as described in the knowledge base article "Command Line Compilation of PSoC1 Project"  does work. 

             

          Is somebody else using this feature and it does / does not work.

             

          The forum is targeted to be a user community and a peer to peer sharing and help network.

             

          We will continue to look into this issue and appreciate any additional input from other PSoC users.

             

          Thank you for your help, Robert

          • 2. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
            mykt

            According to the “IDE User Guide” Appendix B.4 “Building Project Through Command Line”.

               

            The following command should be used to Clean, Generate and Build by the IMAGECRAFT compiler the “Demo” project, located in the “D:\MyDesigner” folder:

               

            "C:\Program Files\Cypress\PSoC Designer\5.1\PSoC Designer 5\PDCLI.exe" "CGBP" "D:\MyDesigner\Demo\Demo.cmx" "IMAGECRAFT"

               

            This command can be used only for the PD 5.1 designer

               

            Please see attached “IDE User Guide.pdf” file on p134

            • 3. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
              ruslan.batrshyn

              I can't build my project this way too.

                 

               

                 

              C:\Documents and Settings\admin>"C:\Program Files\Cypress\PSoC Designer\5.1\PSoC
               Designer 5\PDCLI.exe" "CGBP" "C:\PSoC projects\test1\test1.cmx" "IMAGECRAFT"
              Process ................
              ERROR: The project failed to build
              The build output is shown below:

              done

                 

               

                 

              Can you give me your email or skype?

                 

              I send you login and password for remote control of of my computer.

                 

              My contacts are

                 

              email: ruslan@delly.info

                 

              skype: ruslan.delly.info

              • 4. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
                mykt

                Which version of the PSoC Designer are you using? (Help -> About PSoC Designer)

                   

                I can successfully build with PSoC Designer 5.1 Service Pack 1, which can be downloaded from the

                   

                http://www.cypress.com/?rID=41083

                   

                Could you attach your project?

                • 5. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
                  ruslan.batrshyn

                  I use

                     

                  PSoC Designer Content 5.1 (SP1)- Build 2101 - 27-December-2010.15:17:09
                  PSoC Designer Core 5.1  (SP1)- Build 2101 - 27-December-2010.15:17:09
                  PSoC Designer Documentation 5.1 (SP1)- Build 2101 - 27-December-2010.15:17:09

                   

                     

                  I also can share my computer using www.teamviewer.com

                     

                  Password and login can send to your email.

                  • 6. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
                    ruslan.batrshyn

                    My project link is

                       
                       

                         test.delly.info/test1.zip

                    • 7. Re: Command Line Compilation. Error -1073741819.
                      mykt

                      Ruslan,

                         

                      please use following bat to build your project (thanks Chris for help):

                         

                                    

                         

                      set DEVICE=CY7C63813-SXC

                         

                      set BASEDEVICE=CY7C63800

                         

                      set LASTROM=0x7fff

                         

                      set PROJNAME=test1

                         

                       

                         

                      set PSOCDIR=C:\PROGRA~1\Cypress\PSOCDE~1\5.1\Common\CYPRES~3\tools

                         

                      set PATH=%PSOCDIR%

                         

                       

                         

                      echo clean

                         

                      make -f %PSOCDIR%\Makefile clean

                         

                      echo makemake

                         

                      make -f %PSOCDIR%\Makefile makemake

                         

                      echo depend

                         

                      make -f %PSOCDIR%\Makefile depend

                         

                      echo MakeFile

                         

                      make -f %PSOCDIR%\Makefile

                         

                       

                         

                      It should solve your issue. KB and IDE user guide will be updated.