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I wonder if there is an updated version for http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Creating_CCS_Project_for_SysLink_samples which would support "examples" of later SysLink versions. In this thread e2e.ti.com/.../1253411 the use of "examples" is quite well described and CCS projects for 3530 has been attached; are there somewhere similar "read in" CCS projects for other processor types, The one for omapl138 would be very useful to me?
The contents on http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Creating_CCS_Project_for_SysLink_samples are provided as is, and unfortunately there is no update to cover the newer examples. The SysLink examples are provided to be built on the command line, so it may be easier to just rebuild on the command line as opposed to using CCS, and use CCS solely for debug, especially if you are unfamiliar with CCS and TI's compiler toolchain.
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In reply to Vincent W.:
Thank you for your reply. I once asked forum what is the role of CCS in multicore design, no I got the answer: debug. I've been using CCS for some time for pure C/C++ coding/debugging and I'm familiar with it in some level in win7 environment but I would not like to use it in Linux.
I have used "make" for examples and I will use it for my app, too.
Could you please check that the versions I'm using match together in best possible way:
In my app I need EDMA (SPI <-> mem) and I have c6745 -code to realize it. When I go to TI-RTOS, should I use LLD there or use my c -code or forget EDMA?
In reply to Risto Hedman:
Unfortunately I don't know much about the MCSDK. The general directive is to stay with the software versions that are provided as part of the SDK - they have been system-tested together as a set and would give you a known, solid foundation when creating your application.
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