[Target]_ARM_ELF_GCC_Debug


#1

I am using Q2686G as my target in M2M. I am new to M2M.

I created a project for helloworld from existing samples.

When i build this application there is no error. But when i try to download from [Target]_ARM_ELF_GCC_Debug there is no .dwl file in it.

Please assist what step i am missing in my project setup?


#2

are you building a debug or a release?


#3

I am building a debug.


#4

Are you building for Target, or Remote (RTE) :question:


#5

I am using for Target also Remote.

I got this problem solved unknowingly.

Can i use the M2M studio for Q24plus?


#6

Yes, with the wizard tool to import the Q24plus library , in the old SDK OpenAT


#7

Hi all,

To open up my Eclipse, I would need the arm compiler. I can’t find the arm compiler in my SDK.

In the manual, it says
"ADS/RVDS compiler path:
This path is the currently used ARM ADS/RVDS compiler version location. This path has to be set by the user once he has installed the ARM compiler on his computer.
"

I can’t find it in my computer.

Was it integrated in the SDK and if yes, where can I download it? I am using WAVECOM FASTRACK SUPREME.


#8

How is this related to the preceding discussion?

Not at all. All the Wavecom SDKs ship with the GCC compiler

That’s because it’s a separate commercial product that you have to buy from ARM (or, now, Keil).

As the manual that you quoted says, you won’t find it unless you’ve installed it!


#9

This is done and working fine Thank you Jhonathan.

Thankyou Awneil


#10

hi to all,
I am using Q2686 as my target in M2M .i have build this application there is no error, in [Target]_ARM_ELF_GCC_Debug there is .dwl file in it. now i want to ask if i Download(.dwl) the application in this mode .
is it lies permanently in Q2686 .
regards


#11

Yes, it does.


#12

If you think about it, it would entirely defeat the object of Open-AT if this were not the case!

However, it is not explicitly stated in the AT+WDWL documentation; and neither is the fact that you then have to use AT+WOPEN=1 to actually start the application…

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