[C.CC USERS] Compiler erorrs.
sducksworth at gmail.com
Fri Sep 10 17:35:42 BST 2010
I powered off the brick and downloaded the Transterpreter. I had to
toggle the on/off button to get the screen to display 0042 (and the
walking man animation). There is also a 'V' symbol on the left of the
When I press the Prgm button nothing seems to happen and the following
error message apears when attempting to upload a program.
[C:\Program Files\Transterpreter\bin\firmdl3.exe, --tty=COM1,
/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Transterpreter/bin/firmdl3: no response from rcx
dll exited with error code: 1
Maybe I am still missing a step.
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 10:51 AM, Jon Simpson <me at jonsimpson.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 3:54 PM, Matt Jadud <matt at concurrency.cc> wrote:
>> Does anyone know: with the Windows build, are we shipping a *current*
>> TVM to the RCX where we should be shipping an *old* TVM?
> The new TVM has never been built down into an srec, so there's no way
> we could be shipping it to the RCX. There may be some outstanding
> issues with 0.9.1.
> Sam, apologies if these seem relatively obvious, but have you
> downloaded the Transterpreter onto the brick using the menu options.
> (the screen should say 0042 if it has been succesful).
> If this is the case, ensure that you have pressed the 'Prgm' button to
> put the RCX into what we call 'upload' mode - which lets the brick
> know to expect your code. It's important that the target in JEdit is
> set to lego, and that the IR tower is properly aligned. To run the
> program, hit the green button.
> The document Matt mailed earlier has a good coverage of the
> compile-edit-run cycle for the RCX in Chapter 1.
> The Native Transterpreter paper was chronologically quite early in the
> user-facing development of the RCX API and tools - as you've already
> seen, there are differences in the final code. Matt's PDF is a good
> starter resource, but there's also a comprehensive set of API
> documents for the RCX libraries included with the TVM install (open
> the documentation page, and it's linked, or try <INSTALL
> LOCATION/docs/rcx/index.html. If you're relatively happy with occam
> syntax, the source itself is in <INSTALL LOCATION>/lib/rcx/ and is not
> too terribly structured, although some things with FFI in there will
> be alien.
> Hope this helps,
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