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Hello. I write assembler for TMS320C54x. I have next instruction:
bc start, nbio,
which mean when pin BIO=1, then PC=START, else PC=PC+2. I use tool Pin Connect in CodeComposer for setting value of pin BIO:
[1,0] ([+1,0])rpt EOS.
I clear BIO, but simulator of CodeComposer execute bc start, nbio as if BIO=1. What am I doing wrong?
Since you refer to a 54x simulator, I assume you are using an older version of CCS... like v3.x or earlier. I will flag this thread for the simulator team to take a look but note that the 54x simulator is no longer supported so honestly the investigation of this issue will be very low priority...
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
Yes, I use CCS v3.1.
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