Having many projects open the same time, and working on them in parallel is a challenge. Ok, the human brain is not built for multitasking, but I still try . What I typically I end up in my Eclipse Problems View to have entries from multiple projects mixed up:
Problems View with Entries for multiple Projects
How to show it that I can fix the problems for ony project only, and not showing all problems from all projects?
I stumbled now twice over a problem, and only after a lot of head scratching (you should see my head now ) I have found the cause (and solution) for it. In the hope that I can save the readers of this blog some time, here is what happened.
Freescale has released this week an updated version of CodeWarrior: version 10.4. I’m usually not switching a tools version in the middle of a university semester. Unless I see a real benefit, and the risk is low. Well, I have used it now for a few days, and I have decided to move my projects from 10.3 to 10.4. Why? Read on…
In this tutorial I explored how to use printf(), and this tutorial is so generic that it works for any processor/microcontroller. That flexibility is because I’m using Processor Expert. In case Processor Expert shall not be used, then some tweaks are needed. Here I show what is needed to have printf() working with the FRDM-KL25Z board. I use the UART0 connected to OpenSDA USB CDC for this.