e2 studio error

Did anybody see this problem after importing RSK63N demo codes into workspace and then compiling?

 ** L2133 (E) Cannot find defined symbol "_undefined_interrupt_source_isr" in option "vect"

Optimizing Linkage Editor Abort

makefile:118: recipe for target 'ADC_OneShot.abs' failed

make: *** [ADC_OneShot.abs] Error 1

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Description        Resource            Path      Location              Type

** L2133 (E) Cannot find defined symbol "_undefined_interrupt_source_isr" in option "vect"                ADC_OneShot                  Unknown           C/C++ Problem

Description        Resource            Path      Location              Type

recipe for target 'CRC_Calc.abs' failed [Conflicting names]          makefile              /CRC_Calc/Debug           line 118                C/C++ Problem

** L2133 (E) Cannot find defined symbol "_undefined_interrupt_source_isr" in option "vect"                CRC_Calc                             Unknown           C/C++ Problem

L2133 (E): Cannot find defined symbol "_undefined_interrupt_source_isr" in option "vect"     CRC_Calc                                            C/C++ Problem

make: *** [ADC_OneShot.abs] Error 1                ADC_OneShot                                 C/C++ Problem

make: *** [CRC_Calc.abs] Error 1           CRC_Calc                                           C/C++ Problem

L2133 (E): Cannot find defined symbol "_undefined_interrupt_source_isr" in option "vect"     ADC_OneShot                                  C/C++ Problem

recipe for target 'ADC_OneShot.abs' failed [Conflicting names]               makefile              /ADC_OneShot/Debug                line 118         C/C++ Problem

  • Hello,

    Please provide the version of the compiler and the version of e2 studio that you are using.

     

    Thank you,

    Mike Quirk

     

  • In reply to Michael Quirk:

    Just ran a test by and this all went well.  This is the process I went through.

    1) Opened HEW (version 4.09) and created a new workspace and setup to do the RSK+63N ADC Repeat as the code in use (under the Sample code).

    2) Compiled and debugged the code to assure functionality.

    3) exited HEW

    4) Opened e2 studio (version 3.0.1.09 - current version).

    5) Import Hew Project

    6) pointed to the hew project

    7) during the import you have to correct the Processor / Target MCU selection

    8) Cleaned the project

    9) compiled the project - Ok

    10) setup the debug configuration and made sure that under the debugger connections that the "Power to Target" was selected as NO.

    11) debugged the project.  No errors during this process.

     

    ~Mike

     

  • In reply to Michael Quirk:

    Hi Michael

    The same error here, this time when building after adding r_bsp Module Using Firmware Integration Technology by following the application note.

    " E0562133:Cannot find defined symbol "_undefined_interrupt_source_isr" in option "vect" "

    The e2studio version is 3.0.1.09 and r_bsp 2.60

    No problems with imported projects, or previous projects

  • In reply to Lvgo:

    Hello there,

    e2studio and RX compiler toolchain is uptodate.

    Why it says "ADC_OneShot.abs". This is some output file related with HEW I guess.. Anybody confirm?

    Optimizing Linkage Editor Abort

    makefile:118: recipe for target 'ADC_OneShot.abs' failed

    make: *** [ADC_OneShot.abs] Error 1

  • In reply to burky:

    This thread will be archived due to inactivity

    Mike Clements

    RenesasRulz Moderator

  • Hello,

    have you got the solution for this issue?
    I'm also facing the same issue.

    regards,
    manu
  • I am also experiencing the same problem with RX630 eval board (RSKRX630) and e2 studio v 7.1. This problem does not occur with new projects created. But as you start adding includes throughout your project, all of a sudden this error comes up. No workaround yet? What has to be changed?
  • I am also experiencing the same problem with RX630 eval board (RSKRX630) and e2 studio v 7.1. This problem does not occur with new projects created. But as you start adding includes throughout your project, all of a sudden this error comes up. No workaround yet? What has to be changed?