Me neither, which is part of my dislike for Eclipse
I also recommend adding those includes to Debug and Release configurations as well. The Debug configuration will automatically add the -DDEBUG flag, which causes tflite inference to run much more slowly.
I followed Build C++ Library with STM32CubeIDE to add created C++ libraries.
After that I continued the tutorial from ’ Configuring printf’ but after adding those lines in the main.cpp I get compilation error
In file included from …/Core/Src/main.cpp:73:0:
C:/Users/ett14229/STM32CubeIDE/workspace_1.5.0/ML_WachingMachine/Core/edge-impulse-sdk/classifier/ei_run_classifier.h:89:10: fatal error: tflite-model/trained_model_compiled.h: No such file or directory #include “tflite-model/trained_model_compiled.h”
How should I continue to get my libraries in use.
You are correct. It was there but not anymore. Strange. I copied it back and not it is going further.
…/Core/Src/main.cpp:80:28: error: ‘huart1’ was not declared in this scope
HAL_UART_Transmit(&huart1, (uint8_t*)string, strlen(string), 0xffffff); // send message via UART
I’ll check .ioc file next.