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Part Number: TI-RTOS
CCS Version Version: 7.1.0.00016 just updated.
This used to work, now not at all
Launch CCSV7 with clean option after update.Create new WorkspaceProject -> New CCS ProjectTarget MSP430FR5994Name Test01GotoTI_RTOS Examples Driver Examples Empty Examples Empty Project
Next Select TI-RTOS for MSP43X 2.20.0.06Target:ti.targets.msp430.elf.MSP430XPlatform:ti.platforms.msp430:MSP430FR5994Build Profile: ReleaseAll the defaultsXDCTools default is 3.32.0.06_core but select 22.214.171.124_core as it is newer. FinishBuild project Get errorsDescription Resource Path Location Type error #148: declaration is incompatible with "xdc_Ptr ti_sysbios_BIOS_RtsGateProxy_Proxy__delegate__S(void)" (declared at line 244 of "C:/ti/tirtos_msp43x_2_20_00_06/products/bios_6_46_00_23/packages/ti/sysbios/package/BIOS_RtsGateProxy.h") .xdchelp /Test01 line 7482 C/C++ Problem
Select 3.323.0.06_coreClean and buildNo errors this timeNow select empty.cfg to viewNo Available Products WindowSelect view - Available products window.Window opens but tells me there is no RTSC configuration b Filke op0en. But have one open empty.cfgApparently it doesn't recognize itCreate new RTSC Configuration File from new file menu file: Same storyNow what?
In reply to Frank Chambers:
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In reply to Sasha Slijepcevic:
It is still a problem but getting curiouser and curiouser. I have attached a compressed file with two screen shots. The first illustrates the original problem, which still exists. In the first one I double cliked the cfg file and got the error., also note that there is no [TIRTOS] after the file name.
The second screenshot is after opening the cfg file with XGCONF. Now all is well, it even added the [TIRTOS] indicator. If I close both instances of the cfg file and then reopen with a double click, in the same sessio. Available products is ok.
If I exit CCS and reenter and do the same thing it remebers that it is actuallly a config file. If I pick a different project the same problem with a double click. open it with XGCONF and it is good to go as a cfg file
It appears thatthe first time you open a TIRTOS project and double click it doesn't recognize the file for what it is, Once it get s opewned directly by XGCONF it remembers.
Hope this helps.
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