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CCS/CCSTUDIO: CCS/TMS320C5505: java.lang.StackOverflowError in CCStudio in CCSv8.3.00

Intellectual 650 points

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Part Number: CCSTUDIO

Tool/software: Code Composer Studio

Resharing a probable bug found in CCSv8.3.0 from the below thread upon request. (below if the link for the original thread).

Hi TIers,

I am running test programs from BSL (board Support libraries) for TMS320C5505 eZDSP USB stick and I keep getting the below Internal Stack overflow Error when I try to build the project. (Nothing extra other than building the project is running while trying to build the project).

Environment: Win 10+ DSP BIOSv5.42.2.10 + CCSv8.3.0

Code Compiler: BSL is configured to use C5500 (TI v4.3.2) but is using TIv4.4.1 as this is the only C5500 compiler version installed on the PC.

Any help would be appreciated to resolve this. Please suggest. Thank you. in advance for your time and patience.

Solution: This is a possible bug. I did install an earlier version and didn't face this issue with earlier version of CCS (v8.1.0). Hope this helps.

  • Guru 303320 points
    Hello,
    I rebuilt some of the C5505 BSL examples in CCSv8.3.0 using the same compiler version. I used BIOS version 5.42.02.10. I was able to get the example to build successfully (after tweaking the --memory_model options) and did not get any IDE error.

    The first thing i would like for you to try is to start with a clean slate and use a brand new workspace folder. Import your projects to it and see if you get the same error when you built them.

    Thanks
    ki

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  • In reply to Ki:

    Hi Ki,

    I did try the step you suggested. Starting with a clean work Space and importing the projects ans building them in it. No luck as I still keep getting the same error. (FWIW, I actually even did a fresh install after uninstall - with System/PC restart and still had this issue).

    What is the memory tweak you are referring to...? (memory model options)

    Also FWIW, I repeated the same with an earlier version of CCSv8.1.0 and don't face this issue.

    Which Version of OS are you using...? Win 7/8/10 ? May be that is also something comes into play..? I am not sure.
  • Guru 303320 points

    In reply to Surya Paruchuri:

    Surya Paruchuri
    What is the memory tweak you are referring to...? (memory model options)

    This option:

    By default, there is a mismatch between the option set in the main project and the dependent library project (cslVC5505).

    Surya Paruchuri
    Which Version of OS are you using...? Win 7/8/10 ? May be that is also something comes into play..? I am not sure.

    I have the same environment - Win 10, CCSv8.3.0, BIOS 5.42.2.10, CGT 4.4.1

    Can you reproduce the error and then attach your Eclipse log file to this thread? The log file is inside the .metadata folder for your workspace folder: <WORKSPACE DIR>\.metadata\.log

    Thanks

    ki

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  • Guru 303320 points

    In reply to Ki:

    Hello,
    I haven’t heard back from you, hence this issue is being closed. If you wish to continue the discussion, please post a reply with an update below (or create a new thread).

    Thanks,
    ki

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