Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am using CCS 5.4 simulator for simple EVE programming.
I am able to execute code successfully , even getting expected output ( confirmed with debugging ).
But problem is, on console no logs or printfs are showing!!
For now example is taken from EVE_example_kernels_18.104.22.168.zip " array_add_uns_char "
CCS version :- 5.4.0.00091
Vayu Subsystem Simulator
So need your help for the same!!
One common reason for printfs not appearing in the CCS console is insufficient stack and heap sizes. Please take a look at this article for more details.
Also please note that CCSv5 and simulators are no longer supported, so we can only provide limited assistance. However, I am hopeful that the above article should be able to point you in the right direction.
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In reply to AartiG:
In reply to Kajal Karande:
I'm not sure I understand your last statement.
Maybe your heap needs to be increased even more. It really depends on how many printf statements you have in the code. If you have many, perhaps you could try commenting some of them out while leaving only one or two just to test if keeping just one or two statements works. Try increasing both heap and stack to as much as the memory on your device permits. Once you get the console I/O working you can always reduce the sizes to more optimal values.
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