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Part Number: MSP430AFE221
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am interested to start working with the CC256x_MSP430 evaluation board.
Trying to import the SPPDemo project into the CCS TI cloud, however, the process does not seem to be operating properly.
The following icon remains for at least 30 min.
File-->Import CCS Project --> choosing the following:
C:\TI\Connectivity\CC256X BT\CC256x MSP430 Bluetopia SDK\v1.5 R2\MSP430_Experimentor\Samples\SPPDemo
Wondered what may be the cause.
Looking at this project it is not going to work with CCS Cloud. It has references to lots of files inside the SDK. You will need to use CCS Desktop for this.
You can download CCS Desktop here:
When you import the SPPDemo project make sure to uncheck the box to copy the project into the workspace. The project makes assumptions about the location of files relative to the project so this box must be unchecked to leave the project in its original location.
In general to use a project in CCS Cloud either all the files used by the project need to be in the project itself or they need to be part of a software package that is present in the Cloud such as those inside Resource Explorer.
I tried importing the project into CCS Cloud to see if I could reproduce the hang you saw. For me it does complete importing but the project cannot be built.
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In reply to JohnS:
Thank you John.
The CCS Desktop was downloaded and installed.
I am currently following the guidelines in:
According to the instructions:
"Running the Bluetooth Code:
Once the code is flashed, connect the board to a PC using a miniUSB...
I am having problems with the code flashing step.
The UniFlash was installed, the device chosen, however, I am not sure what image(and from where) is to be uploaded for the SPPDemo.
In addition, while loading the project into the CCS, getting the following error.
When looking for the 4.1.3 version in: "http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Download_CCS" only 4.1.0-4.1.3 are available.
In reply to Sen Sky:
Thank you for the reply.
I have installed the 4.4 compiler, as can be seen below:
Then, tried to build the project, using the steps below:
I have imported the SPPDemo Project, and set the build configuration to Debug as can be seen bellow:
However, the building process exits with an error.
The Log is attached.BuildingLog.docx
Hi Simyon, I was able to build the SPPDemo project using CCS v6.2, TI v4.1.9 legacy COFF output format.
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