After the failed import was there a log file located in the project? It would have the full details on the build definitions that CCS was looking for. For each version class of the compiler there is a build definitions plug-in that provides all the build option information for that compiler. If the corresponding plug-in is not present that error will pop up.
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Importing projects is non-functional. I gave up and created new projects from scratch
Yes there is a log file created. I am not sure what lines to list here? Do I need to create a template first?
!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.server 4 214294189 2012-05-01 11:22:48.088!MESSAGE Unexpected CCS exit detected [4/30/12 4:52 PM]!!!
!ENTRY org.eclipse.ui 4 4 2012-05-01 11:23:02.500!MESSAGE Referenced part does not exist yet: org.eclipse.cdt.ui.CView.
!ENTRY org.eclipse.ui 4 4 2012-05-01 11:23:09.070!MESSAGE Referenced part does not exist yet: org.eclipse.cdt.ui.CView.
I created a new project and compiled code. I can not get the software(CCS5) to see my Stellaris In Circuit Debug Interface hardware, the Test Connection button is grayed out.
During a debug session none of the debug keys seem to work. Step Into(F5), Run To Line(Crtl R) for example. Only the mouse works on a few commands.
I re-installed CCS version 5 without adding the SlickEdit plugin and debugging now works. Still can not import a project
do you get a different error? Can you send a screenshot? Do you think there is a chance you can send your project offline or a trimmed version which shows the same behaviour? What v5 version did you install?
I receive the same error when I try to import a project. My eclipse plugin SlickEdit and CodeComposer can not co-exist. It is possible I can not import projects because of a SlickEdit modification to the eclipse project files.
On another note, do you know how to display function prototypes in CCS5? Can tooltip behavior be modified?
have you had a look in
Please keep us informed whether this helps.
More information on tool tips: If I disconnect the target the tool tips change behavior. With the target disconnected the tool tips now display function information with the ability to browse the function. Changing perspectives did not seem to have an effect?
I also tried
with no success
can you please send a couple screenshots or further information? I just tried to reproduce this and I am not seeing the same thing. Whether or not I am in a debug session and connected the tooltips/hovers seem to work for me.
I tried on the latest released version, 5.1.1.
Screenshots below: The only change between the two shots is the 2nd one is in a debug session
I will see if I see the same thing but I am wondering if the fact that it does not seem to be able to load the variable/expression properly in the view might be the problem. Could you try this in a case where you do not get an error?
Every function reports the same error - cannot load from non-primitive location
Not sure how to fix this?
are these functions you are trying to display? Please see an explanation of the error you see on this post. Could you provide a small test case and/or more detail on what you doing?
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