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Part Number: CCSTUDIO-TM4X
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I finally managed to change the compiler at our project (Cortex M4, FreeRTOS, C++, CCSv8.3) from TIv18.1.4.LTS to GNUv7.2.1(Linaro). The preinstalled gnu compiler is 32-bit. Is there a way to change this one to a 64-bit version, or will i have to wait until the launch of CCSv9, since this version will be 64-bit only? Thanks in advance.
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In reply to JohnS:
The reason i was asking is, that i am currently able to do unit-tests with the Catch2 library which compiles with the GNU v7.2.1 32 bit. There is also a plugin/testrunner so that this tests can be shown in the Unittest envirnoment provided by CDT (Eclipse 4.7.3 and CDT 9.4).
Furthermore i was able to run googletest but with the restriction to mingw cygwin or a cross gcc. Gtest is built to 64bit (changing the cmakefile to -m32 will malfunction) and i was wondering if its possible to compile with the following 64bit version:
May im wrong, but at least i want to try that out.
In reply to Lukas Thumfart:
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