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I am a new TI developer, and have an existing project that uses a CMake configuration system. Judging from the posts in these forums and on the internet in general, it seems like several people have put in the effort to support the TI C/C++ compiler in CMake, but I can't seem to find any publicly available toolchain files.
Would anyone be able to point me to CMake files for supporting TI tools, or be able to give me better ideas about how to target the DSP from my current build system? I'd rather not reinvent the wheel, when it's clear other people have done it before me.
The answer on this will have to come from the external community. We at TI have no collateral related to CMake.
Thanks and regards,
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John, do you still need this?
I can send you one in private. Feel free to drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In reply to Laszlo Papp:
I was able to find another contact with some helpful toolchain files to get started, but thank you for the offer.
In reply to John Stratton:
Great, but as you have not published your version yet, I will probably write a blog post about how to get it all right from command line.
Hopefully, it will be available soon on the following blog: http://lpapp.blogspot.ie/
Given that my version was just a slight modification of someone else's toolchain file sent to me privately, I did not feel comfortable publishing it myself. But I do think it is a valuable tool for the community, so thank you for your willingness to share.
John, did you also end up forcing the compiler with "cmake_force_c_compiler" or you somehow achieved this without doing so?
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