I was trying to play with the CAN APIs with the target “IMXRT1050-EVKB”.
However, when I tried to created a simple instance like:
#define CAN2_TX GPIO_AD_B0_14
#define CAN2_RX GPIO_AD_B0_15
And I always have the following error when compiling:
[Error] main.cpp@11,1: ‘CAN’ does not name a type; did you mean ‘CAN1’?
[ERROR] .\main.cpp:11:1: error: ‘CAN’ does not name a type; did you mean ‘CAN1’?
The LED and SPI ones works fine.
I am using the latest version of the Mbed studio.
Mbed Studio: 1.4.4
Any one knows what might be the issue there?
Thanks a lot for the help
the error does not point to these macros, but to object CAN and that is because the CAN API is not enabled on this target - targets.json. Maybe is also the CAN driver not implemented and that is reason why it is not enabled, but I am not familiar with NXP targets.
Thanks for the reply, I can see the CAN.cpp file is there, and also, I can see the CAN driver .c files are there in the target driver folders. I can take a try to enable the CAN and see if that works or not.
You can try.
Just add content below to your
mbed_app.json file (or create one)
Thanks for the info. Unfortunately this target does not have CAN support. …
May I suggest that you move your post to the “Mbed OS” category please? The problem you encountered does not seem to be directly linked to Mbed Studio.
Elise - Studio team.
Sure, could you provide the info of how to move the post? I am not sure how to move it.
Try edit your first post via the pen icon at bottom of that post or something like that.
Yes, there’s a pen icon to edit your post:
Looks like I do not have that edit icon, and I cannot find anywhere to edit the post. T_T