On CCS 5.1, if i change optimization level of one source file more than one times, optimization level of other source files will be changed either, which is not what i expect.
Anyone can help me?
Thanks in advance.
could you please send a test case where you see this? More detailed information on what you are experiencing here? I just tried in the latest 5.1.1 version of CCS and could not reproduce this. I changed the optimization level of a file 3 times by right-clicking on the .c file and changing the setting and only this file changed. It did not change other files in my case. I tried 2 different workspaces and projects.
I use 5.1.1.00031 version of CCS.
Just now i made a simple CCS project for generic C64xx device using empty template. There are 2 files in the project, main.c and test1.cpp
First change main.c to -O3, press OK, then change back to null, press OK.
Change test1.cpp to -O3, press OK. Now, you can find level of main.c is -O3.
Hereafter, if u change level of any one of this two files, level of another one will be changed by the bug.
I was able to reproduce this and filed a bug. The ID is SDSCM00043779 and you should be able to track it here:
Thanks for the feedback. I have also put your other question as a new post as it is unrelated to this specific bug/issue.
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