I'm trying to integrate Event Recorder in order to see events and tasks' behavior during debugging. The target will be a R7FA6T2BB3CFP#AA0 from Renesas. I managed to integrate RTX5 to the Keil project and to compile, but when I try to integrate Event Recorder and then try to compile, I got a bunch of errors related to a missing definition (CMSIS_device_header) in the EventRecorder.c module (see image below).
So the question is where do I can find this definition and why it is not defined by Keil?
I found a partial solution that is adding a custom patch file and define it as "CMSIS_device_header" in the RTE_Components.h file (see image below)
The problem is that I have to do this step every time I open the project which is annoying.
Thanks for your answer. Removing RTOS (API) and leaving only RTOS2 didn't fix the problem. I followed this tutorial and realized that to be able to use Event Recorder, I have to add the RTOS2 as code and no library. However if I do that and then I try to compile, I got 260 errors regarding to RTOS2 files which is frustrating...Here are the steps I follow for creating a RTX5 project for Renesas and that lead to the described issue at the beginning of this post:
1. I configure the MCU pins using the Renesas RA Smart Configurator tool and then I generate the code for a Keil project.
2. I open the generated project in Keil and integrate the library of RTX5 and Event Recorder. Notice that when Event Recorder is added, the RTE_Components.h file that is included in the EventRecorder.c file doesn't have any CMSIS_device_header define as in the example project you mentioned ("CMSIS-RTOS Blinky (MCBSTM32F400)")
3. I check the Short enums/wchar box on the C/C++ tab under Options for Target... window for avoiding link errors.
4. I reduce the Global Dynamic Memory.
What step am I missing? I already got to integrate RTX5 in STM32 and nRF52 projects in the past but with Renesas, it's seems to be more complicated...