I am suing the latest CCSv5.2.0.00044 and "bios_mcsdk_02_00_07_19_setupwin32"...I changed the "clock module" settings because still can't get it to call an ISR, but when I changed it back after getting the errors, the code build ok but still shows "Errors" under the "Problems" tap???
Also, I got a timer to call ISR and toggle led ok, but can't get the clock module to do the same thing??
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1- yes: Example 2 - Building and running your first tasking application using MCSDK and BIOS
3- didn't have this problem in CCSv5.1
4-Even when I select "Timers" from the " Target Specific Support\C66", it still shows as C64???
var Timer = xdc.useModule('ti.sysbios.timers.timer64.Timer')
Am I the only one having this problem!!??
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