I downloaded the latest nRF5_SDK_15.3.0_59ac345 and some other old versions of SDK documents. (I am trying to use pca10040 development kit to program Fanstel EV-BT840F, aka their evaluation board.)
I loaded the ble_peripheral solutions from the SDK for s140, which I programmed using nRFgo studio.
I tried to compile main.c, most of the times, it tells me that BSP_INIT_LEDS undeclared, and some others like BSP_INIT_BUTTONS, mostly BSP related variables. I tried to find out if there are any header files that are related to those variables in the SDK, but I had no luck.
When I tried with uVision, it always tell me that
When I tried to build target, it gave me lots of errors and warnings, most of them are related to BSP_XXXX_XXX.
And I am not sure why does the flash download failed, I have the right packs and I erased the device using nRFgo studio.
Can anyone please give me some advice about these issues.
Thank you so very much in advance.
Is this with the unmodified examples straight from the SDK, or have you changed anything?
I've not had any problems with SES.
The Keil error is telling you that the build output file was not found - this is to be expected until you've successfully built the project!
There should be a ready-built Hex files in the ble_app_blinky\hex folder.
I didn't change anything. I downloaded the nRF5_SDK_15.3.0_59ac345 and didn't modify anything. I tried all different kinds of examples from the SDK, but it always seemed like that I missed the BSP_INIT_XXXX header files.
Basically, I followed the procedures as the images below shown, and tried to compile the main.c.
It gave me the errors as shown below.
For the Keil uvision, I know about the ready-built hex files. I don't think that was the issue. I just wanted to debug the code, and it told me that flash download failed.
So from 'Open Solution' what file did you actually open?
You need to open the Project file - that's the .emProject for SES, or the .uvprojx for Keil
Note that you can just double-click these files in the Windows explorer to open them.
In SES, when you open the Project, you should see this: