07-01-2016 02:49 AM
I created an SDK project on a computer and I copied it on another computer. I get these warning messages:
Invalid project path: Include path not found softs/vivado_design_2016.1/SDK/2016.1/gnu/microblaze/lin .....
Invalid project path: Include path not found softs/vivado_design_2016.1/SDK/2016.1/gnu/microblaze/lin ...
with different endings including lib/gcc and co.
These warnings are relative to the directory /Includes that contains the reference to my bsp and to the libraries vivado_design_2016.1/SDK/2016.1/gnu/microblaze/lin...
The thing is I installed Vivado on the other pc in a directory that has a different beginning called /opt/Xilinx/vivado_design_2016.1....
How can I change the path in SDK to this one? Is there any other way to fix this problem?
Thank you in advance
07-03-2016 09:29 AM
Could you try adding the library to linker again as in figure below?
12-08-2016 11:07 AM
I know this post is quite old but I just ran into this problem after upgrading my version of SDK (2016.2 to 2016.3). The fix for me was to recreate the workspace, ie,
1) close SDK,
2) delete the .meta folder,
3) restart SDK and then
4) reimport the existing SDK projects.
Cleaning and rebuilding my projects after doing the above seemed to get rid of the warnings. (Interestingly and incidentally, even though I was getting the warnings it did not seem to stop the applications from building properly.)
04-22-2019 10:03 PM
You can manually edit the path. They are in
Hope this helps.
09-16-2019 01:36 AM - edited 09-16-2019 01:38 AM
I dont know if in the eclipse universe this is good pratice but in my case also
deleting the file
It was then recreated without the historical include paths when opening the workspace again.