I just moved to a new PC and installed Code Composer Studio Version: 5.1.1.00031. I transferred a project from my old pc which was running 5.1.0.09000. The complete error I get is "This project was created for a device-variant that is not currently recognized: TMS320C64XX.OMAPL137.EVMOMAPL137. Please install the device-variant descriptor, or migrate the project to one of the supported device-variants." Under the Project Properties for the Device Variant there is no pull-down for a EVMOMAPL137. I thought this was part of the SYS/BIOS package but I've installed the latest (184.108.40.206) with no luck. Do I need to back up Dev Stdio to a earlier to keep the OMAPL137 support??
Has anyone run a OMAPL137 with 5.1.1.00031 ? I have been unable to resolve this issue and I'm about to uninstall 5.1.1.00031 and go back to 5.1.0.09000, but that will be another long and ugly process. I've even tried starting a new project and adding a new RTSC config file for the Spectrum Digital OMAP-L137 EVM board but I see a lot of Java NULL exceptions when trying to open the file. Have they stopped supporting the OMAPL137 in the CS 5.1.1.00031?
Even if you create a new CSS Project, the device listings for the OMAPL137 don't show. Have I missed installing something?
I've uninstalled 5.1.1.00031 and installed 5.1.0.09000. I have the exact same issue in that the OAMPL137 is not in the C6000 device listings. Could someone tell me where the OMAPL137 devices are kept ?
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