Missing Packs selection in Project Properties[solved]

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Hello all

I am struggling to solve an issue from an imported project for an ATSAME54. The project can compile but only with SAME54_DFP version 1.0.61 selected in ARM/GNU C Compiler, ARM/GNU Assembler and ARM/GNU Preproccessing Assmebler. If I change the dfp pack selection to anything newer it fails. When the project was imported the dfp pack selected was 1.0.67.

 What actually puzzles me is that in Packs section, in project properties everything is grayed out and not selectable.

Any help appreciated.

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Last Edited: Fri. Oct 9, 2020 - 04:16 PM
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For anyone having similar issues.

 

The problem was inside componentinfo.xml. It was, for some reason empty, so copying the contents from another project with the same MCU fixed the issue.

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I have recently come across similar.  It appears related to the project template used in its creation.

 

A GCC C Executable Project creates the inside componentInfo.xml, so the Packs property sheet is populated.

A GCC ASF Board Project or Example Project does not, so the Packs property sheet is greyed out.