NNDK 3.0.0 IDE build problem

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pete@lpw
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NNDK 3.0.0 IDE build problem

Post by pete@lpw » Thu Jan 03, 2019 6:05 am

Hi All,
Today from support-netburner-com/SelfService/Tools.html web page, I down loaded V3 of the NNDK onto a fresh machine.
I created a new project using File->New Project->NetBurner Project wizard (just a simple test). Main.cpp was generated by the wizard.
When I try to build this i get

3:58:26 **** Build of configuration Release for project myTCP ****
make -j4 all
Cannot run program "make": Launching failed

Error: Program "make" not found in PATH

I noticed that in the NetBurner Options tab there are no Target platforms in the drop down menu but I can find my device IP address.
I also noticed that compared to the NNDK 2.8.7, there are several sub directories missing in the install of the \nburn directory. E.g. gcc-m68k, include, various device directories etc I suspect this may be the problem.

So my question is have I missed something or am I being stupid? So I need to install something else first?

I am developing code to run on the SB70LC.

many thanks
Pete

sulliwk06
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Re: NNDK 3.0.0 IDE build problem

Post by sulliwk06 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 7:21 am

I'm not sure if the new release will support the SB70LC

In the release notes for 3.0.0 it says:
HARDWARE
  • Support for ARM processors, starting with the 300MHz M7.
  • Applications easily scale from single chip solutions to large memory platforms.
  • Support for NXP/Freescale 5441x based products:
    • MOD54415
    • MOD54417
    • SB800EX
    • NANO54415
    • For other NetBurner platforms we will fully maintain the 2.8.x branch.

pete@lpw
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Re: NNDK 3.0.0 IDE build problem

Post by pete@lpw » Thu Jan 03, 2019 7:34 am

"For other NetBurner platforms we will fully maintain the 2.8.x branch."

Yeah, I read that and it raised suspicions. It doesn't explicitly say it wont, but I'm guessing its the case. If this is so, then perhaps a more "in your face" statement on the website before getting to the download page would have prevented me wasting several hours time.
Onwards and upwards ;)

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