I do not want to double post (see here), but as my old answer was marked as "suggested answer" I assume that the support team does not read it anymore, anyway it is another problem so it should be on his own post.
I try to convert my old c6713 projects (done with CCSV2.2, bios and CSL support) to CCSV4. Changing the bios from 4.9.x to 5.4 was also a challenge but is done (see post before), now I have an other problem which I can not explain. I add the CSL to all search pathes, but there are still some unresolved symbol erros:
undefined first referenced symbol in file --------- ---------------- _CACHE_reset C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/main.obj _EDMA_allocTable C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/edma_mcasp1.obj _EDMA_intAlloc C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/edma_mcasp1.obj _EDMA_intDispatcher C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/c6713cfg.obj _EDMA_intHook C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/edma_mcasp1.obj _EDMA_map C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/edma_mcasp1.obj _EDMA_open C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/edma_mcasp1.obj _EDMA_resetAll C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/main.obj _GPIO_clear C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/gpio.obj _GPIO_open C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/gpio.obj _I2C_open C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/i2c0.obj _MCASP_enableClk C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _MCASP_enableFsync C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _MCASP_enableHclk C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _MCASP_enableSers C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _MCASP_enableSm C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _MCASP_open C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _MCASP_reset C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/mcasp1.obj _TIMER_open C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/timer1.obj __IRQ_eventTable C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/main.obj error: unresolved symbols remainerror: errors encountered during linking; "C:/Works_Software/MCWD20/Debug/MCWD20_Debug.out" not built
Is there any other libary I have to add? Or is there a file I have to add because I changed the bios version (additional to the *.tcf file)?
I've read some other topics here (like this http://e2e.ti.com/support/dsp/c6000_multi-core_dsps/f/639/t/137625.aspx#495721) and it seems like the same problem, you'll have to add a csl lib to the linker file search path (i'm not sure where this is located in ccs 4).
Ps: the link for your older post is not working.
Max is correct. You are not linking in the CSL lib. You specifically need csl6713.lib. You can get it here:
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Thanks for your replies! My failure was to just include the CSL to the 'search path' in the linker.
If it should work I have also to add the csl6713.lib libary directly to the linker (that can be done in CCSV4 in the Project Settings>C/C++ Build>C6000 Linker>File Search Path -> "Include libary file or command file as input")!
Thanks again everybody!
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