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TMDSCNCD28388D: ARM-CGT-CLANG compiler

Part Number: TMDSCNCD28388D
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: C2000WARE

My customer is currently beginning a project using an F28388D controlCARD, and was looking for some guidance on the preferred compiler version to use for the ARM based Connectivity Manager.

C2000Ware 4_00_00_00 has shipped with an issue where the ARM compiler version pointed to by the example project files is mislabeled in the .projectspec file: Compiler/TMS320F28388D: Compiler for F28388D - C2000 microcontrollers forum - C2000Tm︎ microcontrollers - TI E2E support forums, and the older 20.2.5.LTS was actually used. Also, driverlib is compiled with 20.2.5.LTS for the CM.

TI documentation is recommending moving to the ARM-CGT-CLANG-1 compiler ARM-CGT IDE, configuration, compiler or debugger | TI.com. Some questions:

- Does this also apply to the F28388D at this time?

- What is the expected timeframe for a C2000Ware delivery where the examples and driverlib have been tested against the ARM-CGT-CLANG compiler?

Thanks,

Nick