One of my customers is working on a corporate cross-border project. The hardware platform is made by another company. On this platform they have to create signal processing software, the target processor: TMS320C6457. The hardware platform API libraries are available for communication with the environment of the TMS320C6457. These libraries were created with CCS v3.3 and not available as source code.
They are looking for migration to CCSv5. They are aware of http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Migrating_to_CCSv5
Would you advise to stay with CCS v3.3 for C6457?
Can they migrate/ link to CCS v5 the old object file libs from CCS v3.3 without any problems according to compiler/linker differences?
Thanks and Regards,
CCSv5 has no way to know that those object libraries were built under CCSv3.3. Object libraries do not record that kind of information. So, using CCSv5 will be just fine.
Thanks and regards,
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