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Part Number: CC2640R2F
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I'm trying to implement a simple System_printf() to test the functionality of writing to the console. I've changed the .cfg file to include SysMin, included the preprocessor XDC references. I've implemented the System_printf() as shown below - basically "Hello, world" test. I don't get an output on the console. Suggestions would be appreciated.
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In reply to ToddMullanix:
There is no directory "Tools->ROV->SysMin->OutputBuffer" as shown below. I'm not sure what you mean by "after you execute line 159". I don't see a SysMin.bufSize in the .cfg file. I don't have a CIO console. I have CDT Global Build, CDT Build (ble5_simple_peripheral_app_oad_offchip), and ble5_simple_peripheral_app_oad_offchip. No CIO console.
Sorry, I struck out on every question. Any other suggestions?
In reply to PATRICK OHARA:
Please review this SimpleLink Academy lab to see how to use ROV (either the new or old one):
You might be using SysCallback in the .cfg instead of SysMin. If you are using SysCallback, please move to SysMin. You can look in the kernel/tirtos/builds/CC2640R2_LAUNCHXL/debug/debug.cfg to see an example on how to use SysMin.
PATRICK OHARAI'm not sure what you mean by "after you execute line 159".
Set a breakpoint at line 160 and run to it. Then check SysMin to see if it has any contents.
It looks like the CIO option does not come up until there is something there. For example, I output some data and now see this (along with the data)
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