[ECOS] RE: FW: ecos on OMAP710 using CCS

Backhaus Willy w.backhaus@newage-avkseg.com
Wed Oct 22 08:20:00 GMT 2003


hello,

I have the same problem.

which CCS Version do you use?

I found this on TIs Website:


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Problem:
Can you load executables created from non-TI compilers into CCS?



Solution:


Yes. The ARM CCS v2.20 is capable of reading in executables produced by:

a. The ARM Ltd `ARM Developer Suite` v1.0.1, v1.1, and v1.2.

b. The GNU ARM compiler, version `2.9-psion-98r2`. (Run gcc with
the --version switch).

c. The Green Hills ARM compiler, v2.1.

Restriction #1: you must have 3 .dll`s in cc\bin updated to v1.8.14 or
higher: tiofr11.dll, tiofr_tial.dll, tiofr_gnu.dll

d. The MontaVista Linux GNU ARM compiler.
Testing has included using v3.2.1 with the -gdwarf-2 switch, and v2.95.3
with the -g switch (to get the old-style GNU stabs).

Restriction #1: the C/C++ code must ALL be compiled with the -gdwarf-2
switch, or ALL should be compiled with the -g switch. If there is any DWARF
in the executable, any non-DWARF (e.g. -g only) code will not have debug
info.

Restriction #2: you must have 3 .dll`s in cc\bin updated to v1.8.15 or
higher:
tiofr11.dll, tiofr_tial.dll, tiofr_gnu.dll

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I have CCS version 2.10
maybe a CCS upgrade will help.


Regards,

Willy Backhaus



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