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Boot from flash project
I'm testing an project from ControlSUITE that is RAM-boot project.
How can I add a FLASH-boot one into this project @ CCS 5.1?
Have you read SPRA958K? http://www.ti.com/general/docs/lit/getliterature.tsp?baseLiteratureNumber=spra958&fileType=pdf
Hi, Roman Ermakov
Thank you for your reply.
I had read SPRA958K, but I want to make a project that can switchable between RAM version and FLASH version through "Project -> Build configuration -> Set active ... @ menu of CCS 5.1" such as " ROOT:\TI\controlSUITE\development_kits\HVMotorCtrl+PfcKit_v1.6\HVBLDC_Sensorless" project .
Would you please give to me some advice?
Unfortunally I'm CCS3.3 user so I can't help you with it. In CCS3.3 there is possibility to create multiple project configurations but it works only for a build options.
Anyway your finally application most likely will run from flash so may be you needn't to support two different projects instead one.
I'm always debug my projects in the flash because RAM always runs out first.
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