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T2: Creating a New ASM Project with Code Composer Studio (CCS) Version 4 EEL4744 Introduction to Microprocessors – University of Florida, Electrical & Computer Eng. Document Revision: 3.0 May, 2009 Authors: Dr. K. Gugel, W. Goh Introduction The purpose of this document is to enable a student to quickly create a project under CCS for assembling, and linking an assembly file. To complete this tutorial you will need two additional files: ex0.asm and KG_RAM_Link1.cmd After obtaining them from our class web page, copy them into a directory called c:\eel4744\ccs\projects\example0 or some other directory where the files will not be corrupted similar to the one you created for the first tutorial. ex0.asm is an elementary assembly file that illustrates various assembler directives and TMS320F28335 DSP assembly code. KG_RAM_Link1.cmd is a linker command file that is required to set the proper addresses for each code section and to instruct the linker how to build the final machine code output. This linker command file is an adaptation of Texas Instrument’s linker command file “28335_RAM_lnk.cmd”. Procedure 1. This tutorial assumes that you already have Code Composer Studio installed and have set your workspace directory location on your hard disk. For more information on this topic see the tutorial: CCS_Install_R1.pdf 2. Open CCS and create a new project via the following commands: File New CCS Project
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T2: Creating a New ASM Project with Code Composer Studio (CCS) Version 4 EEL4744 Introduction to Microprocessors – University of Florida, Electrical & Computer Eng. Document Revision: 3.0 May, 2009 Authors: Dr. K. Gugel, W. Goh Type in your Project Name. i.e. example0 Next, uncheck the box “Use default location” to place the project in another location other than your workspace folder. It is recommended that you create a new directory called projects off of the directory you created in the CCS installation tutorial, CCS_Install_R1.pdf. In this directory you should then create a new directory for every project. i.e. c:\eel4744\ccs\projects\example0 Note: CCS does not create a specific file to contain the project information but instead looks for files under a particular name in a given directory. This will be discussed further and the important rule is to create a directory for every new project (examples, lab code, experimentation, etc.). See the screen snapshot below.
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