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Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I have a c54xx dsp project under CCS IDE version 5.5.
Under the linker command file (*.cmd) when I use fill option under memory page 1, it generate an error saying "placement error for the fill object", it appear that interpreter is trying to place the fill object in memory page 0 for some reason, since the address is not being use under page 0, it cause a placement error,
is it an issue with the CCS IDE, or is there a setting that I have change?
Unfortunately, I am unable to reproduce this diagnostic. Please package your CCS project into a zip file as described in the article Project Sharing, then attach the resulting zip file to your next post.
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In reply to George Mock:
Please submit the requested CCS project.
Since it has been while, I presume you have resolved the problem. I would appreciate if you would tell us how you resolved it.
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