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CCS: This project was created using a version of XDCtools that is not currently installed: 3.32.1.22_core.

Prodigy 80 points

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Tool/software: Code Composer Studio

CCS :v6.2 

OS:Windows 10 64 bit 

XDC version: xdctools_3_32_01_22_core

when I use EVE to make a emulation example,it aways appears a error:

This project was created using a version of XDCtools that is not currently installed: 3.32.1.22_core. Please install the XDCtools of this version, or migrate the project to one of the supported versions.

 In the c:\ti path I found xdctools_3_32_01_22_core but in the CCS Installed Software window I can't see them.And xdctools_3_30_06_67_core is OK.

Is their any way to resolve this error ??

  • Guru 291275 points

    Hello,

    It could just be that the xdctools in question was not "discovered" by CCS. Try running the rediscover option in the workspace preferences:

    Thanks

    ki

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  • Guru 291275 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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    Did you read the CCS Forum Guidelines & FAQ? If not, PLEASE read it. If you haven't read it in awhile, please read it again to see if any updates were made.

    Having CCS problems? Check out the CCS Troubleshooting Guide

    Looking for CCS Training/Documentation? Check out the CCS Resources page

    Curious about the status of a bug and know the tracking ID? Track it via the public bug tracking portal

    NOTE: When a bug is filed and a tracking ID is provided, the thread may then be suggested as "TI Thinks Resolved". Why? Please read the first FAQ of the CCS Forum Guidelines & FAQ

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