I'm attempting to migrate a project to either Arm Compiler 5 or Arm Compiler 6 ( preferably Arm Compiler 5 ) in DS-5 from Visual Studio 2019. The project in question contains files that are organized in a few subdirectory layers, though, none of the path lengths are anywhere near the Windows 10 MAX_PATH length. When I attempt to build my project, several files will not build unless I move them to a directory very close to the DS-5 project, within at least one or two directories. The error message I receive is "armcc command with no effect" in Compiler 5 and "no input files" in Compiler 6. The files do indeed exist in the locations that the compiler is attempting to look ( unless I don't understand something about the way to compiler looks for a file ).
I'm not sure what is causing this issue. I'm open to trying anything to get it resolved.
My setup is:
DS-5 version 5.29.2
Arm Compiler 5 version 5.06u6
Arm compiler 6 version 6.10.1
Can you copy the full command line used? We only see a small snippet from the screenshot.
Aside, but note that DS-5 is an older toolchain, you may wish to use Arm Development Studio instead:developer.arm.com/.../arm-development-studio
I submitted a support ticket and ended up hearing back. An ending quotation mark was missing from an includes path. So, silly mistake on my part.
Thanks for the reply Ronan
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