Looks like there is a new feature in the beta version where in we can build and reload the code into the device with one operation.
But apparently this crashes CCS for me.
Here are the steps i am doing. 1. Create a new project with MSP430F438 with a MSP430 evaluation board2. Add a simple program. 3. Build the project4. Debug the project( load it into the part). 5. Start single stepping through the code. 6. Then change a line in the code. 7. Build the project8. A pop up appears asking "whether you want to load the program into the part after its built". Say Yes. 9. CCS crashes. Has anyone seen this ? I know we can terminate the project and load the code again. But the new feature would definetly been faster. Sachin
I encounter the same problem when I simulator the C6474 multi-core DSPs! Whether select yes or no, just reload the current debugged project, the CCS hangs!
Digital Signal Processing, ARM DSPs, Embedded System, Multi-core Programming
I can't reproduce this on my MSP430 targets.
Can you attach the crash log files? Search for *.dmp from <ccs install dir>\ccsv4 and all subdirs.
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I have the .dmp file for this. But i cant attach it here in the forum. I can send it to you if you can contact me or send me your contact info
You should be able to attach the file, I believe the .dmp is just a text file, so if you rename it to .txt the forum should let you attach it, or perhaps put it in a zip file if it is excessively large.
John and Bernie,
I have attached the zipped dump file
Thanks for providing the file. We took a look at it. Unfortunately in this case it is just telling us that that JVM crashed. We will keep trying to reproduce on our end.
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