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Error in new Project Creation for STM32L0 family.

HI ,
I am trying to create a new Project for STM32Lx and selected the corrected MCU and Nucleo from the options at the start object(c project).
But I am getting this error continously.

\Debug/../startup/startup_stm32.s:78: undefined reference to `main’
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status

Am I missing any reference.I have already included the necessary Symbols and Include.

You probably have created a new project with “No firmware” selected. The main.c is not provided. To me, this error means you don’t have the main function or it cannot find it. Verify your sources file are under the “src” folder.


Thanks for the reply.
Is ti mandatory to keep the main inside the src folder.I have a project where main is located inside the user defined Folder say User and it compiles fine.



Thanks and Rgds,