I wrote a simple code to try dsplib.
When I connect to TI simulator (attached ccxml file) it works on the first time.
But when I'm trying to connect the second time, CCS crashes.
The problem is deterministic.
Can you help ?
could you please provide us some further details?
- what do you mean by "connect the second time"? Do you mean a second debug session? Do you mean you close the one debug session, and press debug again to open another session?
- could you please send any error logs or any dump files (dmp) that may have been generated?
- are you running an example?
- what project settings do you use? Ie what RTSC setup?
The steps I did:
1. Created an empry project for C6000 with the following simple code:
2. Started debugging with 'F11'.
3. Terminate debugging with 'Ctrl + F2'
Then I went to step 2 to start debugging again.
Where can I find log files ?
All project settings are the default ones set when the project is created.
information on where to find the logs can be found in the wiki I sent. What emulator do you use?
- tried a new workspace?- tried renaming ctools.dll (this should be found in your ccs installation directory tree .. I believe under emulation)
- checked the emulation drivers?
- do you have CCS installed in a directory with accented or special characters?
- have you tried starting and stopping the debug from the menu instead of shortcut keys?
- what type of license are you using? Does CCS come up as licensed?
1. I'm not using an emulator. Just the TI simulator.2
2. I tried a new workspace. But the problem remains.
3. CCS is installed in e:\ti
4. I tried starting and stopping also from the menu.
5. I'm using 90 days free license.
yes, sorry you are simulating. Could you please try renaming ctools.dll? Would you be willing to see if CCSv5.1.1 shows the same issue? Could you send your project offline or is there a setup/specific example you are running so that I can try to reproduce this here?
Are you using any advanced debugging features?
Have you checked the task manager before your second launch? Have you been able to look at that wiki for any error logs you could send us?
I just downloaded and installed CCS Version: 5.1.1.00031
It has the same problem.
I tried renaming ctool.dll to another name. It did not help.
I'm not using any advanced debugging features.
What do you mean by sending my project offline ?
Did you try my scenario under windows 7 (32bits) professional ?
I did try quickly here ( I have win 7 64 bit) and could not reproduce this. The simulator is not without bugs but I did not see the same behaviour.
Can you send your project? You can send a friend or conversation request, attach it and then it will not be publicly posted. If it is a simple example showing the behaviour, you could do File->Export->General->Archive File.
Also, when you installed did you install or unzip the installer to a directory with accented or special characters? Also please send any logs.
Attached my project:
And also a zip files contains the logs.
One of the lines of debug_server.log mentions a crash.
I also attached the dmp file (but renamed it to dmp.txt )
first of all, what if you try 5.1.1? I just noticed you have another post. Is this related? We will try to see if the logs can help tell us anything.
What exactly are you trying to do? Are you importing a specific example? I couldn't work with your project as it had some broken links that I would need more information to correct.
I would try 5.1.1.
Please keep us informed.
just to let you know we are looking at the dump files here with the simulation team. You last post was blank so I am not sure if there is an update? Is the issue resolved with 5.1.1?
I tried version 5.1.1.00031. This version has the same problem.
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