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Part Number: TMS320F28335
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
hi everyone..I am using CCS Version 6.0.1 facing the following problem (Description Resource Path Location Type " gmake: *** No rule to make target ' "). If any one can help me.I have also attached my project file.GC_islanded_inverter__simcoder_.rar
I am not entirely sure what is the exact error, but when I imported the project in my CCSv8.1.0 I found a common issue with XDAIS component that is described in the thread below:
Overcoming this error, I then found out many other problems that are happening due to the fact your project is missing many source files with the small arrow exclamation mark as shown below:
If you do not have these source files, then you certainly will not be able to build the project.
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In reply to desouza:
In reply to Imran Khan44:
Simu_chapter11.zipdesouza (14125) i am attaching whole file please check it out.. may be my approach is not correct.
Please apologize for the delay; I was out on vacation.
The updated project builds fine for me, but I had to change several filenames in order to properly build it. Please check the short clip below to see the procedure I followed.
- Several files had a "0" (zero) appended to their filenames. I had to remove them to properly resolve the linked dependencies.
- I assumed that you wanted to run from RAM instead of FLASH, thus I excluded from build the linker command files that were related to FLASH (to avoid conflicts) and also the library that had "ROM" on its filename. If you need to run from flash, you will have to exclude different files.
- Even if the project builds, the large differences in the compiler may introduce some different optimization changes. Always make a thorough runtime test to make sure the code is still functionally sound.
Hope this helps,
send file.rardesouza (14125)
Thanks Sir, above Video solve my problem.
I have one more problem.I have attached folder consisting of two files.The first file (named file#1) does not generate code prompting floating value problem in ADC block of inverter control, When i change piecewise control source to two step source then it generate code (as shown in file# 2) ,but when i transfer generated code (of file#2) from CCS to DSP it does not give output on DSP PWM pins.
Sir Please help me in solving these two issues and please make you comments on
1) File #1 that why it is not generating code ?
2) Generated Code of file#2 that why it is not giving output on DSP Kit ?
i am using TMS320F28335.
I hope that you would understand my question, if still have any issue ,feel free to contact me .
Please Check Attached file here.
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