I'm currently using the TMS320DM642 with CCS3 and would like to upgrade to CCS5.
I have two quick questions:
1. Does CCS5 support the TMS320DM642?
2. Does the XDS100 programmer support the TMS320DM642? I have seen conflicting information on the TI web site about this, hence the question.
Ossian Riday1. Does CCS5 support the TMS320DM642?
Ossian Riday2. Does the XDS100 programmer support the TMS320DM642?
Ossian RidayI have seen conflicting information on the TI web site about this, hence the question.
This site is pretty accurate regarding XDS100:
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Thanks for the clarification.
I'm looking for a less expensive programming alternative to the XDS510. Essentially I have a board with the TMS320DM642 and flash memory and I would like to program the flash memory using JTAG through the TMS320DM642, so I don't need all the features of the XDS510.
Are you aware of any less expensive JTAG programming solutions that are compatible with both the TMS320DM642 and CCS5?
The XDS510 Parallel Port emulators are probably your best bet right now for low cost (assuming you have a parallel port on your PC). There are plans to support an emulator to fill the gap between XDS100 and XDS510/560 in terms of cost and performance but those will not be available until later in the year.
Thanks, I'll look into the Parallel Port solution. Good to know a less expensive alternative to the XDS510 is in the works.
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