Emulate_CCS_Project

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University of Florida EEL 4744 Drs. E M. Schwartz & K. Gugel Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Page 1/2 Revision 0 12-Feb-12 Emulating an ASM Project in CCS Introduction There are two types of debugging modes that we can use: real hardware (which we will call emulation ) or with a simulator . Which one is used is dependent on the active target configuration file. In the Create and Simulate ASM CCS Project tutorial, we created a target configuration file for the simulator; here we will create a target configuration to debug on the hardware, i.e., an emulator. In the case of hardware debugging, we attach our lab board to our laptop running CCS and download and step through our assembly code on the board . In the case of simulated debugging, we step through our assembly code using the simulated debugger feature found in CCS. Now we will now create another target configuration file so that hardware debugging (emulation) will be possible. The purpose of this document is to enable a student to quickly emulate (i.e., run with the debugger on the actual hardware) a project under CCS that has already been built and simulated. It is assumed that
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