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CCS 3.3 and SYS/BIOS cfg file for UART interrupt
Could you tell me the .cfg file in where?I can`t find it.
I think the cfg file,doesn`t like CCS v3.3?
I have include ti/sysbios/family/c66/tci66xx/CpIntc.h
I am trying change uart to use interrupt like this text owner.
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I do not believe SYS/BIOS is compatible with CCS 3.3. The process you will follow is different.
I know that CCS 3.3 is not compatible with the C6678, if that is the processor you are using.
Please upgrade to CCSv5.2 or later, and then tell us more about your question and which processor you are using.
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Thanks your anwser.
I have solve the problem already.
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