Please excuse I am a newbie here.
I am trying to find the differences in the compiler used in CCS v3.3 compared with code composer v1.2?
We are using the 5.x family.
Any help provided here would be greatly appreciated.
Which processor are you using? C5500?
I don't know exactly when CCS v1.2 came out. But it had to be over 5 years ago. No one has maintained a single log of the changes in the compiler over such a long time period. Even though the code you have once worked with CCS v1.2, I think your best bet is to just pretend this code has never been compiled by a TI compiler before.
Thanks and regards,
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We are using C5400 processor.
Yeah I don't know when 1.2 came out either, but this is a legacy project that is being reopened & updated.
CCS 1.2 was released about 10 years ago...
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