Is there an updated Chip Support Library for the C6455 that can be built under Code Composer 5? The latest version I could find is 03.00.10.02 and I notice the release notes and build .bat files are all referring to Code Composer 3 paths. Thanks!
No, sorry, that work was completed long before CCS 5 or even before CCS 4. I'm a bit hazy now on the details. Is the batch file simply calling timake.exe for a pjt file? If that's the case you should be able to import the corresponding pjt project in CCS 5.
In reply to Brad Griffis:
The batch file for building the C6455 big endian has this in it:
gmake -f Makefile CGTOOLS=ti C64XX_DERIVATIVE=c6455 CORE=c64plus BUILD=release TARGET=c6455 BIG_ENDIAN=1 CSL3X_ROOT_DIR=%CSL3X_ROOT_DIR%\csl_c6455_src %1@echo offif cleanall EQU %1 goto DONE@echo "Copying Lib file to folder %CSL3X_ROOT_DIR%\csl_c6455\lib"copy /V /Y %CSL3X_ROOT_DIR%\csl_c6455_src\csl_c6455e.lib %CSL3X_ROOT_DIR%\csl_c6455\lib
The makefile seems to have lots of dependancies on the directory hierarchy that existed in CCS 3. I think it would need to be totally re-done. Does this mean TI is no longer supporting a Chip Support Lib for devices such as the C6455?
In reply to El W:
I don't share your conclusions looking at the makefile you posted. I see zero dependencies on CCS 3.3... In fact, I just grabbed the CSL and built it without any issue. Here's what I did:
just put the .h and .lib in compiler/c6000/inc and use it!
there is no problem to use the old csl in ccs5.
u should know ccs is just a framework ,the most important thing is the .exe file such as hex6x.exe and so on.
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