XK-EVK-XU316: accessing the GPIO Topic is solved

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Can you try removing the square brackets text "[sw]" from the path and seeing if that helps? I have found some evidence this can cause issues on Linux. I know it's part of the root filename which we are going to address.
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Hi Ross,
thanks for your answer!
I try setting up a separate machine with win10 english to see if that helps :-)

On the linuxes I do not see why it does not see the libs but lets wait for the win10 machine.

I'll surely generate more questions ;-)

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Joe wrote: Thu May 09, 2024 5:29 pm Can you try removing the square brackets text "[sw]" from the path and seeing if that helps? I have found some evidence this can cause issues on Linux. I know it's part of the root filename which we are going to address.
solved!

Awesome!
Thanks so much Joe, that was the issue!
I'm strongly reminded of the old Xilinx Environments where blank spaces were not allowed and caused funny errors...

Ok then, I'll move on to actually code something :-)

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Ah great! Thanks for confirming that fixes the issue. I also found that although having square brackets in path does build on windows it makes it more than 4x slower so seems problematic in many places. We're going to remove the square brackets from the zip file names.
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