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Part Number: EK-TM4C123GXL
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
OS: Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit, service pack 1
Code Composer Studio Version: 7.4.0.00015
Failure description: Cannot import TI example code to IDE after installing the local copy. Message says "Error importing project. Reason: CCS server not responding."
Steps to recreate:
Notes: Also tried running CCS as admin after installation. Importing still does not work
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
In reply to Royce Stubbs:
See attached file.
And, please let me know if there is any further information I can provide
I see the exception where the socket closes but I'm not sure why this is. I tried deleting the local files and installing again. I get success messages regarding syncing with the CCS server, but I get the same error every time when I attempt to import. I also tried to manually import the project into the IDE, but I get a different error which can be seen at the very bottom of the log: "Device is either 'null' or is currently not recognized by CCS". The message advises to check for updates, but no updates are available.
Uninstalling CCS, deleting the c:/ti directory and re-installing CCS does not fix the problem.
Sorry for the delay. I took a look at your attached log and found the following error:
!MESSAGE Device is either 'null' or is currently not recognized by CCS. See 'Help > Check for Updates' or visit CCS App Center to get the latest device support.
Do you have Tiva device support installed? It would be the "TM4C12x ARM Cortex-M4F core-based MCUs" option when installing CCS"
You can check your existing installation by checking if you can create a new project for a TM4C12x device.
Thanks for the response. I did install the support for this device during installation. I am able to create a CCS project for TM4C12X targets, although it might be worth mentioning that when I type the target name as it appears on the packaging (TM4C123GXL) it does not come up. There are other variants that show up, in particular, TM4C123GE* and TM4C123GH*.
Are there any other work-arounds to import this project without the use of the CCS server? Are there any other checks I can run to confirm my installation is working properly? I installed everything to their default locations, and installed all dependency items, but between the 'device null' error and the 'CCS server not responding' errors, I have run out of ideas. I cannot continue until I get this resolved.
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