Part Number: AM3359
I am trying to build and execute the HSR protocol example project on the AM3359 ICE development board.
When I try to build the hsr_app_AM335x_arm project, it fails; claiming it " Can't find the platform package 'ti.platforms.evmAM3359' ". I've tried refactoring the project to the latest compiler and product versions, but still see the same error.
Where can I find/acquire this 'ti.platforms.evmAM3359' platform package and how do I install/add a project path in the project to allow it to be found/used? It seems archaic to have to revert to a pre-3.30 (2014) release of XDCtools to build an example from the latest SDK releases (per the suggestion in the error message generated by the compiler; shown below).
Full error message:
Building file: "C:/ti/PRU-ICSS-HSR-PRP-DAN_01.00.04.02/examples/hsr_prp/am335x_app.cfg"Invoking: XDCtools"C:/ti/xdctools_3_51_01_18_core/xs" --xdcpath= xdc.tools.configuro -o configPkg -t gnu.targets.arm.A8F -p ti.platforms.evmAM3359 -r release -c "C:/ti/ccsv8/tools/compiler/gcc-arm-none-eabi-7-2017-q4-major-win32" "C:/ti/PRU-ICSS-HSR-PRP-DAN_01.00.04.02/examples/hsr_prp/am335x_app.cfg"subdir_rules.mk:12: recipe for target 'build-1111334305-inproc' failedjs: "C:/ti/xdctools_3_51_01_18_core/packages/xdc/tools/Cmdr.xs", line 52: Error: xdc.tools.configuro: Error: Can't find the platform package 'ti.platforms.evmAM3359'. TI platforms are no longer shipped as part of XDCtools (C:\ti\xdctools_3_51_01_18_core). Please ensure you are either using a pre-3.30 version of XDCtools or you have added a product that includes your platform support along the path ';C:\ti\xdctools_3_51_01_18_core/packages'. Check that this path names a directory containing the necessary platform support and that the platform name is properly spelled.
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