First time using MBED Studio (Win10, Mbed Studio: 1.4.4): when trying to compile the Blinky application, I get this error message:
Failed to run program: Failed to read build profile: 'file:///c%3A/Users/Greg/Mbed%20Programs/mbed-os-example-blinky/mbed-os/tools/profiles/develop.json' has not been found.
What am I missing here?
Thank you for the reply but I am still uncertain how to fix this issue. I have managed to compile the Blinky and other example firmware and upload them with the browser-based compiler. Why does Studio doesn’t let me compile the project? Why is the configuration .json missing and how can I fix the issue?
it looks like you’re struggling with that for long time
How I wrote in the old topic, the file is present directly in mbed-os/tools/profiles/ so should be downloaded together with MbedOS library. First, just for sure be so kind and check that directory if the file is there.
Try re-install MbedStudio - Installation Aborted on Win10 - Mbed Studio - Arm Mbed OS support forum
If I understand your setup, then you have DISCO_F407VG and Seed Arch Max as target selected in MbedStudio, right?
Jan is correct. It seems that your project is incorrectly configured.
mbed-os folder is most likely incomplete. To resolve this issue can I ask you few questions?
- Can you check if your
mbed-os-example-blinky project contains
- What steps have you used to import a project on your system?
My guess is that your project compiles in Online Compiler as it doesn’t require full
mbed-os folder to be present. Build system used in Online Compiler uses its own copies of Mbed OS (based on
mbed-os.lib file from the project). Mbed Studio on the other hand requires full
mbed-os folder to be present in the project’s root folder.
Arek - Studio team