I am trying to create a project on c674x device using command line with CCS4 version 4.1.0.02006
I have some issues in getting the project created as per my requirements Some of these questions are listed below.
1. Is it possible to specify -ccs.args options recursively? I am able to use multiple files having project creation options from the main command line using -ccs.args file1 ccs.args file2 etc.. Is it posiible to spcify -ccs.args file3 in file options? I am getting some error when I try to use like so. Wanted to know if specifying argument files recursively is supported or not?
2. What's the way to specify xdctools option? I need to specify build configuration file and and set --xdcpaths option while creating project.
3. When I include library files with -l option, what's the order in which they appear in the project? I have --priority set and I want the projects to appear in priority as from top lib1
When I use -l lib1 -l lib2 -l lib3 -i lib1searchpath -i lib2searchpath -i lib3searchpath; they appear in below order:
How do I get my desired order?
lib3 is rts6740.lib and lib2 is rts library from ROM. I have specified rt6740.lib as run time support library. Is this related to that anyways?
Thanks in advanced for your support,
Can you please show how to use the --include_path option in ccs.setBuildOption.
Will it be like
-ccs.setBuildOption "--include_path /home/prog/inc"
The -ccs.setBuildOption flag has been deprecated and replaced by the simpler to use -ccs.setCompilerOptions/setLinkerOptions.
To append a directory to the include-path, use -ccs.setCompilerOption "--include_path=/home/prog/inc".
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