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Creating a C/C++ project on SDK

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Hello everybody, 

 

As a beginneri have some problems with SDK, and i can't solve it :(

So, i am trying to create a C/C++ project  and it's impossible to me.

I am working on C/C++ perpective, when i lauch File>new>Poject>Managed Make C/C++ project, i have this: 

 

 

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What shall i do please?

 

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bhfletcher
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What version of SDK are you using?  In 13.2, I use File --> New --> Xilinx C Project (or Xilinx C++ Project).  You will need to import a hardware platform.  You will also need a BSP, but SDK will automatically create one for you during the C/C++ Project creation if you don't have one.

 

If you want more step-by-step details based on hardware, you can check out the XPS and SDK tutorials available with the Avnet Spartan-6 LX9 MicroBoard.  If you already have your hardware developed and just have questions about SDK, then start with the "Software 101 - Hello World" tutorial.  If you'd like to see the full flow through ISE ProjNav with an XPS sub-module and SDK application, then try the series of EDK01 to EDK05 tutorials.

 

www.em.avnet.com/s6microboard --> Support Files & Downloads.

 

Bryan

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bhfletcher
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What version of SDK are you using?  In 13.2, I use File --> New --> Xilinx C Project (or Xilinx C++ Project).  You will need to import a hardware platform.  You will also need a BSP, but SDK will automatically create one for you during the C/C++ Project creation if you don't have one.

 

If you want more step-by-step details based on hardware, you can check out the XPS and SDK tutorials available with the Avnet Spartan-6 LX9 MicroBoard.  If you already have your hardware developed and just have questions about SDK, then start with the "Software 101 - Hello World" tutorial.  If you'd like to see the full flow through ISE ProjNav with an XPS sub-module and SDK application, then try the series of EDK01 to EDK05 tutorials.

 

www.em.avnet.com/s6microboard --> Support Files & Downloads.

 

Bryan

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thx a lot 

i have forgotten to create a Software Platorm before creating my project :)

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sorry, i don't know how to mark the topic as resolved

any help plz?

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