I just installed CCS 5.3.
To test it out, I thought I would use a project that I have been working on in the past. This project is described at "http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Creating_CCS_Project_using_SimpliciTI". I wanted to have two instances of it side by side for comparison. I created the project following the same instructions, so the two setups are identical. During the build it gave me errors I have never seen before:
These refer to unresolved symbols like " __TI_decompress_none" and similar things. The warnings give a hint for the cause: "D:\ti\ccsv5\tools\compiler\msp430_4.1.1\lib\rts430x_lc_ld_eabi.lib" was not found. The next warning says that it is automatically building this library but when I go to the folder I don't see a file with that name:
So it did not create the library after all, or it created it and then deleted it. I any case, it does not show in file manager.
I looked at my project properties to make sure that the run time support setting is correct, and it seems it is:
What's going on here?
what version of CCS were you previously using? There are two things to check first
- try changing from elf (EABI) to COFF format.
- please check your include paths and variables as per this wiki
Please keep us informed.
In reply to Lisa TI:
just thought I would check whether there is any update with your enquiry.
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