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Code Composer Studio V5 25 2021



In general the output of the runtime support console I/O functions (printf, puts, etc.) is shown at the Console view, which is opened automatically when the code reaches one of the functions above. Notice that you need enough stack and heap allocated for these functions to work - check sections 2.3 and 2.4 of this page. Additional details are shown in this other page.




Code Composer Studio V5 25



Thanks for all info, this is really help full.Now i have successfully installed all this and able to build doxy file but after building there is nothing available in My project main page (html index page)can you give some exapmle code with comments format and settings for doxygen. I am using ccs v6.


Now, the code I'm running is sample code that came with the package so I assume that it's correct. The file the error is referring to seems to be auto generated upon an attempt to compile so it seems unlikely there's anything wrong with the code in it as it's made by the folks who made the compiler/makefile I assume??


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The following code is a workaround for individual pin access using Code Composer (with a little tweak can be ported on any compiler). The example is a modified version of the Code Composer Basic Example Blink the LED.In this example instead of writing the usual statement LED=1 to turn on the LED you will write LED(HI).


And finally there is a folder called C and in that you find some files called msp430x22x4_p1_0x.c which contain code examples on how to use the Port 1 in C. There is even a readme to tell you which file is used for what.


Code Composer Studio is an IDE for Texas Instruments (TI) embedded processor families. CCStudio comprises a suite of tools used to develop and debug embedded applications. It includes compilers for each of TI's device families, source code editor, project build environment, debugger, profiler, simulators, real-time operating system and many other features.


I want to make sure the project can work correctly now so I'm going to use a simple example using TivaWare to test it out. The code is slightly modified by Texas Instruments Hello example and is placed below.


I know this is some years old, but... it wasn't working for me. Eventually I figured out you must remove the line:ROM_GPIOPinTypeGPIOOutput(GPIO_PORTN_BASE, GPIO_PIN_1);This is part of the original Hello example, related to the LEDs that get toggled in that example. However, here, because some other LED-related code was removed, the Port N hasn't been enabled, and therefore this line causes problems. (I'm new at this, but that's my best guessplanation)(Also note, if you want to "see" this project run, you must use something like PuTTY on the appropriate COM port (as created after installing the Stellaris ICDI drivers) at serial speed 115200)


Code Composer Studio (CCS) is an excellent free IDE from Texas Instruments for TI processors. CCS is based on Eclipse and TI recently released CCS v7 in December 2016 based on Eclipse 4.6 with CDT 9.0 and JRE 8. This is reported to be the first CCS release both free of charge and without limitations for all devices and debug probes, although I started using CCS just after v6 was released and it was free then, including the debug probe for the MSP432 and without code limitations when compiling using gcc (included).


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Hi, very nice article,I tried to follow your tips and I got stuck in here: ./loader text.bin data.bin, it appears an error message saying the prudrv failed to open. Can you explain me how that code do exactly?I thought that in order to run a firmware into the pru I should do something like this:cp mycode.out /lib/firmware/am335x-pru0-fwecho 'start' > /sys/class/remoteproc/remoteproc1/statebut I already tried both options and none of them seem to work. Hope you can help me,Fred Gomes


I tried to follow your tips and I got stuck in here: ./loader text.bin data.bin, it appears an error message saying the prudrv failed to open. Can you explain me how that code do exactly?I thought that in order to run a firmware into the pru I should do something like this:cp mycode.out /lib/firmware/am335x-pru0-fwecho 'start' > /sys/class/remoteproc/remoteproc1/statebut I already tried both options and none of them seem to work. Hope you can help me,Fred Gomes


Hi, nice articleI tried to follow your tips and I got stuck in here: ./loader text.bin data.bin, it appears an error message saying the prudrv failed to open. Can you explain me how that code do exactly?I thought that in order to run a firmware into the pru I should do something like this:cp mycode.out /lib/firmware/am335x-pru0-fwecho 'start' > /sys/class/remoteproc/remoteproc1/statebut I already tried both options and none of them seem to work. Hope you can help me,Fred Gomes


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