problem using simulator in CCS 3.0

Started by ma May 6, 2005
Hello;



I can't run a program on CCS V3.0 simulator. I did the same things with CCS 
2.2. Is there any bug there?

Does anybody have any experiments on this matter?



Best regards


Do you get runtime error? What is the error? Are you using CDB file?
Disable the RTDX support.

Thanks for your reply.
The error is  that it doesn't load the program and complain that it is not 
compatible with the target type.
The error message is:

file xyz.out doesn't match the target type, not loaded.

Best regards

<soumit.mukherjee@gmail.com> wrote in message 
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> Do you get runtime error? What is the error? Are you using CDB file? > Disable the RTDX support. >
>Thanks for your reply. >The error is that it doesn't load the program and complain that it is
not
>compatible with the target type. >The error message is: > >file xyz.out doesn't match the target type, not loaded. > >Best regards >
It could be either: 1] You are Loading an out file created for "X" target onto a "Y" simulator Or... 2] The simulator has been configured to work in little endian mode but you built a code using the big endian Runtime Support library (or vice versa) Let me know how it goes. --Bhooshan This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on www.DSPRelated.com
For which target chip you are building the project. Have you selected
the correct target board.  Are you including the correct libraries and
passing the correct preprocessing directives for -d CHIP_64x
Please re install the target driver and off course check for the
correct gel file.
regards
dspwhiz

 I did some test. The *.out is working well on a DSP board but not on 
simulator. For this reason I think it is a simulator problem and not the way 
that the target is build.

Is there any GEL for simulator?
Is there any documentation on how to install simulator under CCS 3.0

Best regards


<soumit.mukherjee@gmail.com> wrote in message 
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> For which target chip you are building the project. Have you selected > the correct target board. Are you including the correct libraries and > passing the correct preprocessing directives for -d CHIP_64x > Please re install the target driver and off course check for the > correct gel file. > regards > dspwhiz >