CCS 5.2.1.00018, Windows XP
CCS is installed in C:\CCS5
I unzip the NDK (ndk_2_21_01_38) into C:\CCS5 so it is in parallel with the SYS/BIOS, XDCTOOLS, etc.
I never see a "new feature detected" prompt.
Go to Windows / Preferences / Code Composer Studio / RTSC and the NDK is not there
Go to Windows / Preferences / Code Composer Studio / RTSC / Products and the NDK is not in the discovered tools list.
Add C:/ccs5/ndk_2_21_01_38 to the Tool Discovery Path, hit Refresh. The NDK is still not found.
If I unzip NSP_1_10_00_03 into C:\CCS5 it is discovered properly, but when I try to have CCS install it I get an error:
Operation details Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: NDK Network Support Package (IDE Client) 1.10.0.03 (com.ti.rtsc.NSP.product.ui.feature.group 1.10.0.03) Missing requirement: NDK Network Support Package IDE Tooling 1.10.0.03 (com.ti.rtsc.NSP.product.ui 1.10.0.03) requires 'bundle org.eclipse.ui 0.0.0' but it could not be found Cannot satisfy dependency: From: NDK Network Support Package (IDE Client) 1.10.0.03 (com.ti.rtsc.NSP.product.ui.feature.group 1.10.0.03) To: com.ti.rtsc.NSP.product.ui [1.10.0.03]
Any ideas on how to make it install?
could you please send a screenshot of what you see/have in Window->Preferences->Code Composer Studio->RTSC->Products?
Do you have the MCSDK installed? What device support did you install?
Two screenshots; the list is too long for one page.
I don't have MCSDK installed; I'm working with systems with combinations of:
TI-DSP C674x / OMAP-L13x
I would install the MCSDK and try this as a next step.
Please keep us informed.
I'm installing MCUSDK 1.00.00.68 although I don't know why. The notes say that it is for the C64x+ family of DSP's, and I am not using them.
I'll reply again after the download & installation finish.
CCS5 discovered MCUSDK_1_00_00_68 and attempted to install it, but then gives the error:
Operation details Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: MCU SDK (IDE Client) 18.104.22.168 (com.ti.rtsc.MCUSDK.product.ui.feature.group 22.214.171.124) Missing requirement: MCU SDK IDE Tooling 126.96.36.199 (com.ti.rtsc.MCUSDK.product.ui 188.8.131.52) requires 'bundle org.eclipse.ui 0.0.0' but it could not be found Cannot satisfy dependency: From: MCU SDK (IDE Client) 184.108.40.206 (com.ti.rtsc.MCUSDK.product.ui.feature.group 220.127.116.11) To: com.ti.rtsc.MCUSDK.product.ui [18.104.22.168]
After restarting CCS5 the MCUSDK is not installed, nor is it discovered again.
are any components installed in the program files directory? Do you have full permissions? In XP this is usually not much of an issue, but something I thought to check. Would you please send the contents of your installjammer registry directory? (found in program files or program files(x86)).
Full Admin rights.
Program Files\Texas Instruments contains my installation of CCS4
Some of those components are in the CCS5 products (see earlier screenshots) since "c:/program files/texas instruments" is hard-coded into the CCS5 Tool Discovery Path and I got tired of deselecting them every time I started CCS5 (Also, "c:/ti" is also hard-coded into the CCS5 Tool Discovery Path).
Zip of the InstallJammer directory is attached.
Did you install build 5.2.1.00018 directly, or did you update an older version of CCS through Help > Check for Updates?
We've seen similar problems in the past after users updated from CCS 5.1.x. If you did update, could you try installing 5.2.1.00018 into a clean new directory?
I'll download the full installer and try that way.
ok, please keep us informed.
OK, after removing all the old installations of CCS and reinstalling from the full download of 5.2.1.00018 the NDK components show up properly.
Is there a good way to avoid this issue? Should I tell my colleagues to never update their CCS but to download the full installation and install it that way?
I would recommend yes, starting with a clean fresh installation of the latest version from the full installer.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Glad you got it sorted and all the best with development.
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