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How do I add PinMux tool support to an existing project?
How do I add SysConfig (GUI) based peripheral initialization to an existing project?
How do I add C2000 CLB Tool support to an existing project?
You can always start with one of the example projects already with PinMux and peripheral initialization support.
There is an example CCS project for each package of the supported devices (you can try these out on CCS cloud as well):
http://dev.ti.com/tirex/explore/node?node=AK.Z-CuxZdBkiFDcAjP6Ag__gYkahfz__LATEST (This is for F2837xD 337ZWT package)
In the desktop version of CCS:
If you already have a CCS project:
1. Add an empty file named "c2000.syscfg" to your project. It can be named anything as long as the file extension is ".syscfg"
2. You will be prompted to "enable SysConfig" support to your project, click yes!
3. Open Project Properties
4. Navigate to Build => SysConfig => Basic Options
5. Add the name of your device family, ex: F2838x
6. Update the SDK path, for C2000WARE the path path is: [C2000WARE_INSTALL]/.metadata/sdk.json
7. If you need a specific package, add the specific package option you need to the Build => SysConfig => Miscellaneous options.
Here is an example for F2838x
You can find all the different package/part options in the project properties if the existing PinMux examples for each package/device in the C2000Ware pinmux examples.
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