I have a problem. I would like to be supported from all of you!
I work on EVMC6474. I want to use both SRIO interface and RTDX.I configured with SRIO successful with link.cmd .But when I use a other link file followwing :"C:\CCStudio_v3.3\bios_5_33_01\packages\ti\bios\examples\basic\swi\evm6474\swicfg.cmd" for RTDX ,SRIO cant use.
please support me!
thanks to all of you!
You have two working projects. Next, you need to combine them.
Look at the differences between the two project files. Look at the differences between the two *.cmd files. You can figure this out.
You need to learn the basics of CCS, and there are training courses online to help you. Search the TI Wiki Pages for "C6000 training" (no quotes). For older training on CCS 3.3, you may need to search for the archived "C6x1x workshop" (no quotes). You can also go to TI.com and search for Training. Do not worry about the fact that these may not apply directly to the C6474, they will still help you learn to use the tools.
Also, CCS 3.3 has good tutorials built into it. Go to the Help menu and I think there is where you would find the tutorials.
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my work is use SRIO interface to implement inter -core communication.And use RTDX with Visual Basic interface to communicate with PC.
If I work with SRIO interface I have to use a *.cmd.and if I work with RTDX I have to use other *.cmd file.
Currently,I have created a *.cmd file for both RTDX and SRIO interface.
Thanks you very much!
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