1 month, 1 week ago.

No "targets.json" file after an update to the latest revision of the Mbed OS-5.14 library?

After updating my offline mbed-os library to the latest revision [e83fd322bd or 2097512789] of Mbed OS-5.14 used by the online compiler there is no targets.json file in the mbed-os/targets folder anymore. Consequently, mbed-cli compile -m [TARGET_NAME] ... doesn't work for any target. Is this a bug? Should I use some new mbed-cli option instead of -m [TARGET_NAME]?
There are also some confusing inconsistent dates indicated in the When column on the Revision History page of the online compiler. For example:

RevisionWhen...Comment
209751278917 Feb 2017...tag:tools release-5.14.0 Enable Legacy Builds

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1 month, 1 week ago.

Hi Zoltan,

There should be. Have you run mbed update if you have used git checkout to change to 5.14? You can give target hardware with command mbed target [TARGET_NAME]

Regards, Pekka

Thank you Pekka for a quick response. When I update to Mbed OS-5.14.0 rev. b6e5a0a8a then there is a targets.json file. However, when I update to the latest Mbed OS-5.14.0 rev. e83fd322bd, which is currently used by the online compiler, then there is no such file. I use the following command:

mbed update [revision]

as recommended here. In both cases the command completes with no errors and everything seems OK until I try to compile a program.

posted by Zoltan Hudak 07 Oct 2019

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