I am struggling in using the libraries of C-language in the ARM development studio IDE version 2021.1 (Intel edition). Let me demonstrate the working environment as follow:
1) Hardware: "ARM Cyclone V SoC FPGA development kit".
2) Software: licensed copy of the ARM development studio IDE version 2021.1 (Intel edition).
3) Windows 10 OS.
4) JTAG connection between the FPGA kit and the PC.
5) Coding: "C".
6) Compiler: ARM6.
7) I am trying to utilize the "stb_image.h" library to read an image in the attached project.
After building the project, the error message is prompted in the console view, please refer to the snapshot below.
I am wondering please, why the system didn't find the header file although it is uploaded to the project files? This problem also happened with other types of C-libraries, to read an excel file for example, any idea please?
Hi @EBERLAZARE_I_Intel , thanks for your response
Other codes with basic libraries are working normally, the problem occurs only with specific libraries.
I need to read a jpg image or an Excel file is fine.
I am wondering if there is an extra requirement to use such libraries as I am using a special compiler and hardware platform? Thanks for your support.
I am unfamiliar with the library itself, could you check out the documentation:
Regarding the excel, we do not have any examples related that could help, I suggests you try checking and searching in ARM Community support https://community.arm.com/support-forums/ & https://stackoverflow.com/questions/
Hi, thanks for your response
As I mentioned earlier, I am using the Intel Development Studio version 21.1. In this software, it is possible to generate the Makefile by building the project.
However, I am stuck in building the project, because the software can't identify the libraries I used, and that's why I placed my question here.
Thanks for your support
From the files your provided, I did see the issue from my side, and the issue is because of the .h files themselves.
Please replace the .h files with below .h files:
I did get some issues from your makefile, you might need to refer below if you face the same:
Thank you @EBERLAZARE_I_Intel for your response
I downloaded the header files from the link you provided and pasted in the directory of the project as you suggested, but same error was appeared after building the project.
Regarding the two links about "Linker error", I couldn't find a similar case like the issue under consideration. However, they are related to ARM5 compiler while what I am using is ARM6 compiler.
In your calendar.c, can you define as below and re-try:
- Please replace the .h files with below .h files:
- Do make clean.
- Place the 3 files same directory your Makefile.
- Include as below in calendar.c
- Then Build Project
Please refer below if you face the issue mentioned in my previous respond: