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Unformatted text preview: 
 EEL4744
Introduction
to
Microprocessors
–
University
of
Florida,
Electrical
&
Computer
Eng.
 
 Document
Revision:
4.0











August,
2009











Authors:
Dr.
K.
Gugel,
W.
Goh
 
 
 
 
 Introduction
 Code
Composer
Studio
(CCS)
is
a
Texas
Instruments
supported
software
package
for
assembling
and
 linking
code
to
program
and
use
any
of
the
digital
signal
processors
(DSPs)
in
the
TI
product
line.

i.e.
 TMS320C2X,
TMS320C3X,
TMS320C5X,
etc.


This
tool
also
contains
a
C/C++
compiler,
debugger
and
 programming
software
to
be
used
in
conjunction
with
an
XDS100
programmer.
 
 Procedure
 1.
Go
to
www.ti.com
and
obtain
a
personal
account
and
password.

Next,
search
for
“Code
Composer
v4
 wiki”
and
open
this
page.

Do
not
go
to
or
install
Code
Composer
v3.3!

Scroll
down
to
the
“Downloads”
 area
and
download
the
“Microcontroller
Core”
file
which
is
the
smaller
file
size.
 
 2.
Windows
XP
users
can
skip
this
step
and
proceed
on
to
#3
below.
Windows
Vista
users
must

 



turn
off
user
account
control
before
installing
CCS.


This
is
performed
by:
 
 Start
>
control
panel
>
user
accounts
>
turn
user
account
off.



 



After
the
CCS
installation
has
completed,
you
may
turn
user
account
control
back
on.
 
 3.
Click
on
the
executable
and
install
the
software.


Use
the
default
TI
directory
for
the
software.
 a.
When
asked
to
select
the
Product
Configuration,
select
only
the
“C2000‐only
Core
Tools”




 





and
continue.
 

 b.

Next
uncheck
the
following
categories:


“XDS560”,

“Spectrum
Digital”
and
“Blackhawk”.



 




Make
sure
the
“XDS100”
is
checked
since
this
is
our
emulator/programming
device.
 
 
 4.
Run
CCS
for
the
first
time.

 a.
The
software
will
ask
you
to
set
up
a
workspace.

Create
a
directory
where
all
you


 




projects
(labs)
will
eventually
be
placed
and
where
we
will
keep
the
workspace




 




information.

i.e.

c:\eel4744\ccs\workspace





The
workspace
is
the
top
level

 




organization
that
holds
all
your
projects.

It
allows
you
to
quickly
switch
between


 




projects
(lab
code)
and
re‐use
code
if
necessary.
 
 T1:
Downloading
&
Installing
Code
Composer
Studio
(CCS)
Version
4
 
 EEL4744
Introduction
to
Microprocessors
–
University
of
Florida,
Electrical
&
Computer
Eng.
 
 Document
Revision:
4.0











August,
2009











Authors:
Dr.
K.
Gugel,
W.
Goh
 
 
 b.

Register
online
as
they
ask
to
obtain
your
license
file.


Here
is
the
procedure:
 
 1.
In
CC4
go
to
Help‐>Licensing
Options.
 2.
Press
"Use
Free
Limited
License"
under
step
1.
 3.
Log
into
your
TI
account
in
the
webpage
that
pops
up
if
you
aren’t
automatically

 logged
in.
 4.
Select
"I
Agree"
and
then
"Next".
 5.
Ensure
an
Activation
ID
has
been
automatically
entered
and
then
select
"Next".
 6.
Enter
your
computer's
MAC
address
(CCS
lists
your
computer's
MAC
Addresses
in

 the
Licensing
Options
window)
and
select
"Next"
 7.
Enter/confirm
your
email
address
and
select
"E‐Mail
License".
 8.
When
you
receive
the
email,
save
the
license
file
into
the
folder:


 c:\Program
Files\Texas
Instruments\CCSv4\DebugServer\license
 9.
In
the
Licensing
Options
window
under
Step
2,
select
"Specify
a
license
file"
and
browse

 to
the
license
you
just
saved
and
select
"OK"
 T1:
Downloading
&
Installing
Code
Composer
Studio
(CCS)
Version
4
 
 
 
 5.
Go
obtain
the
following
documents
from
www.TI.com
for
future
use:
 
 Assembler
Directives:

 
 
 spru513c.pdf
 Memory
Map/Peripherals/Hardware:
 sprs439e.pdf
(also
called
320f28335.pdf)
 CPU
Registers
&
Assembly
Code:

 
 spru430.pdf
(version
E)
 
 

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