This is an emergency.
My CCS v5 90-day evaluation license just expired, and I tried to use the free limited license, but it didn't work.
Can anyone tell me how to change the license, or provide a link to the instruction.
I know how to do it with CCS v4, but v5 is different.
Have you extended the eval license yet? If not there is an extension available here:
As far as switching to the limited one do you mean the code size limited one or the one that is tied to development kits / xds100?
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Can I still extend the eval license after a 90-day version?
I mean the one that is tied to xds100.
I downloaded the license from the link you provided above, and it is working now.
Thanks a lot,
Cool. I don't have CCS in front of me at the moment but I thought you could get to the free xds100 license from the license setup dialog but it is possible that it only shows it the first time. Help -> Code Composer Studio Licensing Information. The it is probably on the Upgrade tab and a button that says launch license setup. However even if that works it will use the new 90 day eval until it expires before it tries to find a different license file.
I will check the license dialog tomorrow and if the option is not there I will attach a license file to this thread that you can use later.
Here is a license file you can drop in for using the XDS100 when the 90 day extension expires.
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