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Part Number: CCSTUDIO-C2000
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I want to create a makefile to compile the files with TI compiler for F28069 device. And also i want to execute the same from command line.
Please share relevant documentation or method to achieve this.
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Baskaran ChidambaramPlease share relevant documentation or method to achieve this.
I'm not aware of any collateral from TI on this topic.
Your question is actually outside the scope of this forum. But I think I can shed some useful light. Please know that, while I am familiar with make, I am not an expert.
I suggest you separate your task into two parts. First, learn how to use make on a hosted system like your laptop. This means you can take advantage of the many tutorials, videos, etc already available for make. Build simple programs. Get to the point where you are building programs that have multiple source files. Second, apply that general knowledge of make to the specific instance of the C28x compiler tools.
If you start with a make file for a hosted program, these are the primary changes to build an C28x executable instead.
An example that might be useful can found in the article How to Submit a Compiler Test Case. The second build example uses a make file with the C6000 compiler cl6x. You would use cl2000 instead.
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In reply to George Mock:
In reply to Baskaran Chidambaram:
I don't have any specific recommendations.
Since you have CCS installed, I can tell you that gmake is available in a directory similar to ...
If you are on a Linux system, then gmake (or make?) is among the standard utilities. If you are on Windows, then I suggest you do an internet search on the term make on Windows.
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