[riot-devel] RIOT, Windows, and Code Composer Studio
clark.leach at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 17:50:25 CEST 2016
I gather that you are building this as a CCS project rather than an
"external makefile project"? I would prefer to build it using the
"standard" make system so that it fits with the general scheme of things.
So far, I'm having no luck figuring this out. All I get at this point is
'Error: Program "make" not found in PATH".
Maybe I'd have better luck with Contiki since it is "officially" supported
by TI. Though there's not much eveidence to support that...
I'm stuck and need to make progress.
On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 5:49 AM, malo <malo at 25cmsquare.io> wrote:
> Hello Clark,
> I'm happily building/flashing/debugging riot with windows CCS. At the
> moment have working only some older riot code base build by TI compiler.
> Have it working with newlib and 20 bits support as well. The problem is
> that is ugly, since TI compiler does not support naked functions and have
> to move SP manually at few places.
> Nevertheless I have 6lowpan host - atmel RF233 attached to msp430f2618
> with coap server on top working with RPI2 on other side .
> The plan is to move to GNU compiler and make official 20bits/newlib
> support. At the mo have msp-exp430f5529lp on my table - that could be nice
> kit for the official port.
> I'm not aware of any documents how to build riot with CCS (was not
> searching that hard) but in general I just took core files one by one and
> defined few macros to make it happy. After had the core working just added
> networking and radio driver.
> On 20 June 2016 at 15:59, Clark Leach <clark.leach at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Nothing? Really?
>> On Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 2:43 PM, Clark Leach <clark.leach at gmail.com>
>>> I am intersted in developing with RIOT for a few different TI targets
>>> and have Code Composer Studio installed on Windoze 8.1 which I have used
>>> for several projects. Since CCS already has all the tool chains and
>>> debugger interfaces, it seems like it would make sense to use it for these
>>> projects as well.
>>> Is there any hope of making such a configuration work? Is there any
>>> guidance available? I have read the howto on using Eclipse and found the
>>> information lacking and, at times, incomprehensible (what is a "speaking
>>> Variable Name", anyways).
>>> Any feedback would be appreciated.
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