I designed TMS320F28035 project with DSP/BIOS5.41, and the IDE is CCS5.1. The project works well, but I always failed to continuously watch "printf logs". The viewer can be updated only when the CPU is on suspend, even when I select "enable silicon real-time mode" and "enable RTA continuous refresh" . Besides, the "CPU load" viewer doesn't work at all.
I am looking forward to your reply as soon as possible, thanks!
Can you attach your .tcf file? I want to make sure you are setting up Rta correctly.
Please note that real-time data exchange (RTDX) is no longer supported. Please refer to the following webpage for more details:http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Real_Time_Data_eXchange_%28RTDX%29
The following website has some additional tips that might help you also (granted if it more focused on CCS 4.x: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/BIOS_5_Real-Time_Analysis_%28RTA%29_in_CCSv4
Thank you for reply.
I followed the website, but it did not work yet. Besides, my emulator is XDS-510, and printf log and cpu load viewer do well in my previous project with CCS3.3. I enclosed the tcf file and debug graph. The tcf file can't be updated, so I changed the extension name to txt.
The configuration looks correct. So you were able to get RTDX (runtime updating of the CCS logs/graphs) to work with CCS 3.3 with this application...correct? If this .out works with CCS 3.3 and not with CCS 5.1, I'm transfer this question to the CCS forum.
The project can't run on CCS3.3 because the device is TMS320F28035 and I have posted the question in forum.
My previous project is designed for TMS320F28335, which can run with CCS3.3 correctly.
By the way, I contacted the emulator manufacturer, she said the emulator can support RTDX, no matter CCS3.3 or CCS5.1.
Unfortunately we no longer actively support RTDX so you are limited to stopmode. In recent releases of SYS/BIOS, we are supporting Ethernet, UART and USB as the transport mechanism to get real-time Log data off the target.
It's a bad news. I have to update my project, but I think sys/bios will consume larger RAM.
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