Im new to the Dynamic C development environment and having some compiler/debugger issues. I have an RCM5700 dev board and have been compiling programs for a few days. I tried to compile and run an example program to blink an LED now and I get the messages:
line 30 : ERROR Rabbitbios.c : Must define at least one #rcodorg origin directive.
line 30 : ERROR Rabbitbios.c : Out of root code space. Please refer to the Dynamic C User’s Manual for more information.
I’ve tried adding in #memmap xmem to the sample program. This is the standard BLINKLED01 program and has worked before. What am I missing and how do I free up that memory? Is there a good simple way to allocate memory when your first starting out and just trying example programs?
Thanks in advance.