Here, I just want to know How to browse the source code when there are so many javascipts config files in a RTSC package?
I want to browse the javascipts config and source code at the same GUI ide. How could I ??
What version of BIOS are you using?
Now, We do development on dm8168 RDK platform.
the SYS/BIOS version is "bios_6_33_05_46"
CCS version is
"Code Composer Studio
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Are you asking which files are generated by the .cfg file?
In CCS3.3 IDE, I could use GCONF to browse each module of DSP/BIOS.
var Task = xdc.useModule("ti.sysbios.knl.Task");var Idle = xdc.useModule("ti.sysbios.knl.Idle");var BIOS = xdc.useModule("ti.sysbios.BIOS");var Startup = xdc.useModule("xdc.runtime.Startup");var SysStd = xdc.useModule("xdc.runtime.SysStd");var System = xdc.useModule("xdc.runtime.System");var Log = xdc.useModule("xdc.runtime.Log");var Assert = xdc.useModule("xdc.runtime.Assert");
I want to browse these modules in one RTSC project with GUI tools like GCONF in "DSP/BIOS".
I believe that SYS/BIOS(DSP/BIOS) also is a RTSC package in dm8168 ezsdk, but there is no GUI tools liking GCONF to browse these modules(or packages) of RTSC, how could people accept the reality?
could any one give any advice?
Ma,it seems you are asking is there a GUI environment for SYS/BIOS. If that's correct, then we do have a GUI for SYS/BIOS and it's called XGCONF. In CCS, you can right-click on the cfg file in your project and one of the menu selections is "Open With" and then there is a submenu where you can select XGCONF. After that, you can just double-click on a cfg file, and it will be opened in XGCONF by default.
If my reply answers your question please mark the thread as answered.
dear Sasha Slijepcevic
I know and have used gconf on CCS3.3 for DSP/BIOS.
I have posted this question before, but got no answer.
The module could be designed by
"var Task = xdc.useModule("ti.sysbios.knl.Task");".
And the modules May be SYS/BIOS and also Could be Other RTSC packages.
Many thanks .
Ma,as I said there is such a tool and it's called XGCONF. It's different from GCONF. GCONF is for DSP/BIOS 5, XGCONF is for SYS/BIOS 6.Have you tried following the steps from my previous email?
I installed CCS, Version: 5.3.0.00090.
While under the install dir, I can't find the "XGCONF", as following picture show:
The keyword I used while searching is "xgconf*", Is there anything wrong?
Ma,the best way to learn how to start XGCONF is to read SYS/BIOS Getting Started Guide, which you can open if you click on Help in CCS, then open SYS/BIOS folder, and then click on Getting Started Guide. You should probably read through all of it, or at least be sure to read the section titled "Using XGCONF to Configure SYS/BIOS Modules and Objects". You can also try to follow the instructions from one of my previous posts.Both XGCONF and GCONF do not show you the content of all files related to a module. A module producer decides what should be in a module's GUI representation, and in general a module's GUI contains public configuration parameters. The rest of the content is mostly internal implementation.
As for parsing all files, there is no such tool, but each package contains an XML file package/package.rel.xml, which displays all other packages referenced from that package. The dependencies between modules within a package are not tracked because that's a part of the internal implementation of a package.
I see, thanks a lot.
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