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Getting Error: C64XP_5: GEL: Error loading file error

Hi

I am using C6474 DSPB board. I am getting below error when I tried to debug the code.

!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 10:49:47.207
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 10:49:48.720
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_0: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 10:49:50.225
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_5: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 10:49:51.724
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_8: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:01:05.250
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:01:06.748
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_0: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:01:08.277
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_5: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:01:09.774
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_8: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:03:47.540
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:03:49.054
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_0: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:03:50.582
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_5: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:03:52.080
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_8: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:13:41.455
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:13:42.968
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_0: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:13:44.700
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_5: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:


!ENTRY com.ti.ccstudio.debug.core 4 0 2012-06-21 11:13:46.197
!MESSAGE Error: C64XP_8: GEL: Error loading file 'C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel': line 385: no viable alt for char:

Previously, the code was working fine.

I don't know, because of which file, I am getting these errors.

-Pankaj Choudhary

  • Guru 122505 points

    Pankaj,

    Given the error message, my best guess is the file C:\xxx\dspb_core0.gel has a syntax error or may have become corrupt at line 385.

    Therefore I suggest you check this file carefully and compare with an original file (wherever you got this file from). 

    Regards,

    Rafael


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  • In reply to desouza:

    Thanks Desouza

    I gone through file and was corrupted. I replace with original file and not getting any error.

    Once again thanks a lot.

    -Pankaj

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