This example shows how to automate interaction between IDE Link component and Texas Instruments™ (TI) Code Composer Studio™ (CCS) using MATLAB commands.
The script loads and runs an application on the target DSP. To begin, the example asks you to choose the processor to run the example on. Your target selection is displayed by invoking ccsboardinfo and boardprocsel functions.
Through ticcs, you create a handle to the processor. Using this handle, you perform CCS IDE-specific tasks such as
building the CCS project,
loading the application, and
running, halting, and restarting the processor.
You can also do other operations such as
inserting and deleting breakpoints, and
toggling the CCS IDE visibility.
You can query the target for information using the methods
You can access target memory and registers using the methods
C6000™ (C62x™, C64x™, C67x™)
C5000™ (C54x™, C55x™)
C2000™ (C28x™, C27x™, C24x™)
TMS470 (R1x, R2x)