open freeRTOS deomo project on CCS

boogalee wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

Hi,

i am using CCS v6.1.2 and i want to Import porject In FreeRTOS Demo projects

especially CORTEX_M4F_MSP432_LaunchPad_IAR_CCS_Keil folder’s ccs project

but it was possible.

there was a error during importing.

My try was

Import > Code Composer Studio below CCS project.

and then Browse CORTEX_M4F_MSP432_LaunchPad_IAR_CCS_Keil folder

is there any problem that i tried it ?

Regards.

rtel wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

Of course, it would be helpful if you said what the error actually was, but I just tried this in CCS V6.1.0 and didn’t have any problem importing or building. I will try updating to CCS V6.1.2 to see if that makes any difference - but as I recall CCS is huge so it may take a while to download.

boogalee wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

hi.

error was little bit weird.

i had selected CORTEX_M4F_MSP432_LaunchPad_IAR_CCS_Keil folder’s, but

error said

Import failed for project ‘RTOSDeomo’ because its compiler definition is not available.
The project does not appear to be a ‘CCS Project’. please try importing it through the ‘General>Exisiting Projects into Workspace’ wizard

why RTOSDemo was appeared. i cant understand…

and i had tried through General>Exisiting Projects into Worspace, but it was failed.

Regrads

boogalee wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

And i have another question !

I want to port FreeRTOS to CC2538 - cortex M3 using CCS.

but i had recognized that there was no supporting In FreeRTOS.

Is it impossible that i can get Source/portable/CCS/cortex - M3 files ?

if it is impossible, i thought i have to create a new project.

but… every time i tried, even compiling error was occured.

any advice is thankfull

Regrads

rtel wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

Import failed for project ‘RTOSDeomo’ because its compiler definition is not available.
The project does not appear to be a ‘CCS Project’. please try importing it through the ‘General>Exisiting Projects into Workspace’ wizard

Did you make any mofidications to the files in the main FreeRTOS download? For example, did you change the directory structure, or delete any files?

It works fine for me using V6.1.0 and it would seem odd that TI would change the project format enough for it not to work in V6.1.2 (which I am currently installing).

I want to port FreeRTOS to CC2538 - cortex M3 using CCS.

FreeRTOS will run on any Cortex-M that has enough RAM. The following links may help:
http://www.freertos.org/Creating-a-new-FreeRTOS-project.html
http://www.freertos.org/porting-a-freertos-demo-to-different-hardware.html

As, once again, you have not actually said what the error is, there is no way we can assess what might have gone wrong.

boogalee wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

Um… i didnt change any directory structrues…

and i couldn’t understand “error” what you said.

the error was
“Import failed for project ‘RTOSDeomo’ because its compiler definition is not available.
The project does not appear to be a ‘CCS Project’. please try importing it through the ‘General>Exisiting Projects into Workspace’ wizard”

when i try to import that file.

sorry… im first time CCS & poritng FreeRTOS.

could you explain about error more specific ?

Regrads

rtel wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

It is a CCS error, not a FreeRTOS error. Perhaps you don’t have the
correct CCS components installed. Particularly, just guessing from the
error message, the correct compiler installed (CCS can be used with more
than one compiler). Do you have the CCS ARM compiler installed?

boogalee wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

i just had installed CCS6.1.2…

is there any componets that i have to install ??

when i set up the CCS,

processor supprot part, i checked 32-bit ARM MCUs and SimpleLink Wireless MCUs.

except it, i have no idead about CCS ARM compiler…

Regrads

rtel wrote on Monday, January 18, 2016:

I just tried with a clean CCS V6.1.2 and FreeRTOS V8.2.3 install and
everything seemed to import and build with no problems.