An old basic question about RTDX without CCS

Started by Ken September 16, 2004
I knew that whether RTDX without CCS still works is a very old
question, and I also knew the answer is NO.

My problem is that I don't care whether CCS is running, but I don't
want to open my project files. Is the RTDX still working?

It sounds funny, but I think "without CCS" is different from "don't
open project files".

I have burned my Hex file into C6713DSK. But I found that once my VC++
statement(status = rtdx->Write(sa, &bufferstate);) runs, CCS runs
automatically. This makes sense, since RTDX is not independent of CCS.
But my issue is  that once CCS is running, the program in DSK doesn't
run again, because DSK has become a simulator. Then, I have to "Open
Project, load program, enable RTDX, RUN..."

Do I have to open my project files? 

Thanks in advance.

Kenny
well, I have known it. I can load my .out file only. That's fine, I
don't have to show my codes to others.

Kenny

kenhusier@yahoo.com (Ken) wrote in message
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> I knew that whether RTDX without CCS still works is a very old > question, and I also knew the answer is NO. > > My problem is that I don't care whether CCS is running, but I don't > want to open my project files. Is the RTDX still working? > > It sounds funny, but I think "without CCS" is different from "don't > open project files". > > I have burned my Hex file into C6713DSK. But I found that once my VC++ > statement(status = rtdx->Write(sa, &bufferstate);) runs, CCS runs > automatically. This makes sense, since RTDX is not independent of CCS. > But my issue is that once CCS is running, the program in DSK doesn't > run again, because DSK has become a simulator. Then, I have to "Open > Project, load program, enable RTDX, RUN..." > > Do I have to open my project files? > > Thanks in advance. > > Kenny