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Visitor peppe84
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Registered: ‎01-09-2014

microblaze c++ libraries

hi,

i read some posts about c++ projects and libraries problems on microblaze and then i have a question: is necessary edk license to add c++ libraries and features to a software project on microblaze? what is the correct library to use string type in c++ project? i can't use the string type in my sdk project... :( help me, please.

 

thanks

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Visitor peppe84
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Re: microblaze c++ libraries

it's important for me because i have wrote a c++ project that works very well on PC and now i have to adapt and pass it on FPGA
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Scholar sampatd
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Re: microblaze c++ libraries

There is no separate license required to create C++ applications.

Which version of SDK are you using, if it is 14.7 then there is a known issue when making C++ application:
http://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/57865.htm

SDK comes installed with the C++ standard platform library (libstdc++.a), which is required by the mb--gcc compiler. This library contains standard language classes such as sting manipulation.

Follow the below procedure to make a new C++ project:
http://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx14_7/SDK_Doc/reference/sdk_u_new_proj_wiz_m_name.htm

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