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Facing problems in Matlab 7.4 w.r.t linking Matlab Simulink to Code Composer to generate code
First, what version of Code Composer Studio are you using?
I have the same problem. I use CCStudio v3.3. My windows is 32-bit. I try MATLAB 7.12 and 7.11, but the result is same.
When I type ccsboardinfo command in MATLAB, it can detect my F28335 cpu.
When I built the simulink model I got the following error :
Error building Real-Time Workshop target for block diagram 'dspafxr'. MATLAB error message:
Error using ==> callMakeHook.p>callMakeHook at 47
The call to ccslink_ert_make_rtw_hook, during the entry hook
generated the following error:
Error using ==> i_entryHookpoint at 52
Error while creating the link for IDE.
The build process will terminate as a result.
can someone tell me why I am getting this error please ???
I am using Matlab R2007A
Plz sombody help me ???
These are simulink error messages. I would contact Mathworks for support as they will have the most expertise.
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