Part Number: EVMK2GX
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I'm currently running different PDK-Examples (specifically McASP) on the EVMK2GX Development Board. When I build the example projects in CCS v8 using the predefined Target-settings, they work. However, these presets don't make a lot of sense to me. They are "Generic C64x+ Device" for Device Variant and "ti.platforms.evmTCI66AK2G02" for Platform.
When I select "66AK2G12" as Device Variant, I can only select "ti.platforms.evmC66AK2E" for Platform and this leads to the examples failing at runtime when trying to set up EDMA and McASP.
The How-To guides don't seem to address this issue in CCS v8, so if someone could explain to me, how to properly set up a new CCS-project for the EVMK2GX, that would be very appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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I assume you are building for the DSP since you mentioned "Generic C64x+".I'm using CCSv126.96.36.199. When I select "66AK2G12" as my target device. I see a bunch more platfoms then what you mention.I don't see the "ti.platforms.evmTCI66AK2G02" platform but I also don't see it if selected "Generic C64x+" device either.
However, If I type "ti.platforms.evmTCI66AK2G02" in the platform field then build the project, it builds fine for me.I don't have the hardware to run the executable.
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