Hi, I'm working matlab 2009a and CCSv4 to load data from simulinkto the F2812, but I get the following error:
"Error building Real-Time Workshop target for block diagram 'test1'. MATLAB error message:The call to ccslink_ert_make_rtw_hook, During The Following entryhook generated the error: Error while Establishing a connection tothe IDE. Caused by: Error while Connecting to Code ComposerStudio (tm). Caused by: This version of the Embedded IDE Link CCdoes not support your version of Code Composer Studio (TM) IDE.The Code Composer Studio (TM) Support in this release version is3.3. Refer to the Embedded IDE Link CC data sheet for moreinformation on product requirements. The build process willterminate as a result. "
Simulink does not support CCSv4. Sorry.
In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
hi Ki-soo lee thank you very much for the reply. I work with IVAN
now we would know how we can work on these programs because we have a eZdspf2812 communicating through a xds100v2 and we need work in real time with Simulink, you can recommend that option to continue our work. thanks
In reply to dario Narvaez:
MathWorks tools do support code generation and processor-in-the-loop functionality in CCS4.x through XMakefile utilities.
See http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/en/data/1-DM9192/ for more information.
Only the IDE automation piece is not supported for CCS4.x
In reply to Noam Levine:
you very much for the information, start
looking for the matlab and
test edition.....thank you very much
we are now working with Matlab 2011a.
This version is compatible with ccs4, Based on what we read
but we have problems trying to compile from simulink we get this error:
"The call to idelink_ert_make_rtw_hook, during the entry hook generated the following error:Could not connect to the board specified in Target Preferences block.The build process will terminate as a result. "
and no files are generated
could you help with this.
R2011a still requires the use of the XMakefile utilitie to build and load code with CCSv4. Code generation is supported, but IDE automation is not.
If you have a MathWorks account, you can find a tutorial about
using MathWorks tools with CCSv4 at:
hi,thank you very much for the reply, review the content of the link
In reply to Ivan Gonzalez:
With help from a customer who understand XMakefile much better than I do, we were able to get this running for the C674x EVM. Below are the steps we followed and attached are some of the key dialog boxes in the screen shot. I found I could build in MATLAB/Simulink and then run code in CCSv4 (even hearing audio in this simple .mdl file).
The steps were all based on the TI packages advised by the following command/output:
1. CCS (Code Composer Studio)
Required version: 188.8.131.52
Required for : Automation and Code Generation
2. CGT (Code Generation Tools)
Required version: 6.1.10
Required for : Code generation
3. DSP/BIOS (Real Time Operating System)
Required version: 5.33.05
4. Texas Instruments IMGLIB (C64x+)
Required version: 2.0.1
Required for : TFL block replacement
Required environment variables (name, value):
(C64XP_IMGLIB_INSTALLDIR, "<Texas Instruments IMGLIB (C64x+) installation folder>")
5. C6747 DSP/BIOS PSP Drivers
Required version: 1.20.00
(PSP_EVMC6747_INSTALLDIR, "<C6747 DSP\BIOS PSP Drivers installation folder>")
6. EDMA3 LLD (EDMA3 Low Level Driver)
Required version: 1.06.00 or later
Required for : Device drivers
(EDMA3LLD_BIOS5_INSTALLDIR, "<EDMA3 LLD (EDMA3 Low Level Driver) installation folder>")
7. NDK (Network Developer's Kit)
Required version: 2.00.00.00 or later
Required for : External mode and Ethernet blocks
(NDK_EVMC6747_INSTALLDIR, "<NDK (Network Developer's Kit) installation folder>")
8. C6747EVM BSP (Board Support Package)
Required version: 1
(BSL_EVMC6747_INSTALLDIR, "<C6747EVM BSP (Board Support Package) installation folder>")
1. Read "Making an XMakefile Configuration Operational" in MATLAB help.
2. Download and install BIOS PSP Release version 01.20.00
3. Download and install from http://support.spectrumdigital.com/boards/evmomapl137/revg/files/EVMOMAPL137-CCSetupConfigs.zip (ERROR: Code generation cannot proceed because the following file or folder could not be found: $(Install_dir)\boards\evmc6747_v1\dsp\include)
4. Change in target preferences path – Include paths
5. Download and install EDMA3LLD (ERROR: Code generation cannot proceed because the following file or folder could not be found: $(EDMA3LLD_BIOS5_INSTALLDIR)\packages
6. Change in target preferences path – Libraries
7. Added these WinXP Env variables:
BIOS_INSTALL_DIR = J:\bios_5_41_02_14\packages
PSP_EVMC6747_INSTALLDIR = J:\pspdrivers_01_20_00
EDMA3LLD_BIOS5_INSTALLDIR = J:\edma3_lld_01_06_00_01
There is probably a cleaner way to do the above steps, but they are at least functional.
In reply to Joe%20G.:
thanks very much for the information and publications, we have solved the problem and we can schedule from simulink to the DSP using Matlab version 2010b and from 2011a, thanks
Hi Ivan. I am having the same problem these days. I am a beginner , need your help. Hope you would suggest some straight and easy path to approach that.Thanks,
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