The important point it togarantee that this version is fully compatible with the CCS 3.3 fromeZDSP I'm using now. I tried another 3.3 version, but there is one problem with floating point support, version 126.96.36.199 has an option to enable fpu32 at "Project/Build Options/Advanced" that is not available for 188.8.131.52, which I downloaded yesterday.
energy_freek said:I tried another 3.3 version, but there is one problem with floating point support, version 184.108.40.206 has an option to enable fpu32 at "Project/Build Options/Advanced" that is not available for 220.127.116.11, which I downloaded yesterday.
Thanks for pointing that out John. energy_freek said:the version I'm using is the one that came with eZDSP, is it a full version ? If I get the license, can I apply this license to this version ?This is a DSK/eZdsp-specific version of CCS. It is not patchable or upgradable and does not come with a full license; however, it never expires and comes with the kit for free. So there's the trade-off. The full version or the C2000 version of CCS will function much the same way as the version that comes with the eZdsp, but you are now entitled to updates. I am not sure why you need to download a "temporary version" to "make sure it works" when it will function the same way as the eZdsp version but with additional update capabilities. Admittedly CCSv4 is much nicer in this regard as it has a plethora of licensing options and the ability to update the evaluation and DSK/eZdsp versions. If you have additional concerns with purchasing the full software please let us know.
Yesterday I downloaded a free trial of CCS 4 to start learning the news of this version. I noticed some differences and I'd like to take a look at these carefully. As I already mentioned, we are about to buy a CCS license this is not the issue at all. I imported my CCS 3.3 project into CCS 4 and was able to compile, but the linking is still failing. I didn't mean to spend time on this right now, but if it is the only way to get the job done, so be it !
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