Every time I launch CCES I see an info item in the Error Log warning that environment variable CCES_HOME is not set:
I tried setting environment variable CCES_HOME in Windows 10 to the value: C:/Analog Devices/CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.9.1/ however this did not make the issue go away, so I'm not sure where I need to set CCES_HOME environment variable. Can you tell me where this should be set?
An even worse issue I need help for:
If I open any projects in the workspace, even just an example project from the ADSP-SC5xx EZ-KIT Lite Board Support Package v2.0.2 such as the "Three Core Example (SC589)" projects, then I see actual errors appear after the CCES C/C++ Indexer finishes running:
Always if I open one or more projects, my own or simple example projects from the board support package, these errors will appear in the Error Log.
At other times more and more of these errors keep appearing over time - the list keeps growing indefinitely. I can't tell you what triggers this behavior but it seems if I leave CCES open/running the list could grow infinitely large - which isn't good...
I tried right-clicking on these errors to try and understand what the problem might be but no real information is given. A google search for the 1450 code didn't provide any clues either.
I should mention that CCES seems to work OK despite all these errors occurring. I can edit, clean, build, and debug source code & projects without any apparent problems. So why these errors are occurring is a mystery.
I need your help to find a way to stop these errors from occurring. Thanks very much in advance!
Could you please try opening the CCES with new workspace, after setting the CCES_HOME environment variable.
Where do I set CCES _HOME environment variable? Is this a Windows environment variable? And what exactly should it be set to?
Hi,Could you please set the CCES_HOME environment variable(i.e. installation path of the CCES) in your PC under system settings.1. Go to Control Panel -> System and Security -> System2. Click the Advanced system settings.3. Click Environment Variables.If 'CCES_HOME' is not found in system variables list, please add a new variable with the variable name 'CCES_HOME' and add the installation folder path in the variable value field.Please refer attached screenshot for reference.Also,please try opening the CCES with new workspace, after setting the CCES_HOME environment variable.Regards,Nishanthi.V
With this the errors seem to have gone away - thanks. However I do see this "INFO" item in the error log when I start CCES and open a workspace:
2020-01-07 12:49:31, 883 [Thread: main] INFO - CCES install path: C:/Analog Devices/CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.9.1/; environment variable CCES_HOME: C:\Analog Devices\CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.9.1
It seems CCES is getting a little bit confused about the Windows use of the backslash character in pathnames, I think a small bug for your software team to resolve.
Thanks for the help!
Hi,Thanks for your feedback.Regards,Nishanthi.V