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CCS 3.1 vs 3.0.1

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  Any comment will be helpful.
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What's New in Code Composer Studio Development Tools v3.1 (Rev. A) :
http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/spraa07a/spraa07a.pdf



<soumit.mukherjee@gmail.com> wrote in message 
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> Hi,
>  I am looking for some information on whats new In TI Code composer
> studio 3.1 expect to me they have merged it for all processors.
>  Any comment will be helpful.
> Regards,
> Soumit
> 


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bradgriffis (360)
7/14/2005 3:55:39 AM
>Hi,
>  I am looking for some information on whats new In TI Code composer
>studio 3.1 expect to me they have merged it for all processors.
>  Any comment will be helpful.
>Regards,
>Soumit

Connect/Disconnect, Rewind and revamped tuning dashboard.
Did CCS3.0 have Code Wright?

--Bhooshan


	
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bhooshaniyer wrote:
> >Hi,
> >  I am looking for some information on whats new In TI Code composer
> >studio 3.1 expect to me they have merged it for all processors.
> >  Any comment will be helpful.
> >Regards,
> >Soumit
>
> Connect/Disconnect, Rewind and revamped tuning dashboard.
> Did CCS3.0 have Code Wright?
>
> --Bhooshan
>
>
>

While I like the compiler, I must say that when it comes to target
communicatios (using Spec Dig JTAG emulator) is the most crash-prone
piece of software that I have ever run on a Windows platform, hands
down. I have to kill it with Task Manager and clean up remnant
processes many times per day. I expect much higher reliability for
software that costs thousands of dollars!

John

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johns1 (286)
7/14/2005 12:10:54 PM
john wrote:
> 
> While I like the compiler, I must say that when it comes to target
> communicatios (using Spec Dig JTAG emulator) is the most crash-prone
> piece of software that I have ever run on a Windows platform

I found that CCS 3.0 was completely stable and rock steady as long
as the program running on the target behaved itself. As soon as the
target program started doing erratic things (corrupting a function
pointer and trying to execute hyperspace in my case), CCS 3.0 would
lock up and crash constantly. Of course, when your code is
misbehaving is exactly when you need a solid, stable debugger...

Luckily, I've not committed any more schoolboy howlers since I've
been using 3.1, so I can't comment on that.

Cheers

mark-r

-- 
"Let's meet the panel. You couldn't ask for four finer comedians -
so that answers your next question..."
 -- Humphrey Lyttleton
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mark7411 (77)
7/14/2005 2:14:57 PM
Mark Robinson wrote:
> john wrote:
> >
> > While I like the compiler, I must say that when it comes to target
> > communicatios (using Spec Dig JTAG emulator) is the most crash-prone
> > piece of software that I have ever run on a Windows platform
>
> I found that CCS 3.0 was completely stable and rock steady as long
> as the program running on the target behaved itself. As soon as the
> target program started doing erratic things (corrupting a function
> pointer and trying to execute hyperspace in my case), CCS 3.0 would
> lock up and crash constantly. Of course, when your code is
> misbehaving is exactly when you need a solid, stable debugger...
>
> Luckily, I've not committed any more schoolboy howlers since I've
> been using 3.1, so I can't comment on that.
>
> Cheers
>

I had to laugh when I saw the phrase "rock solid" mentioned in
connection with CCS.

In my case it crashes regularly even when not attached to the target,
with the emulator's USB port disconnected. When CCS boots it gives an
error, with an option to Abort, Retry, or Ignore. I hit Ignore, and CCS
comes up with "Emulator Disconnected" in the bottom tray. Projects load
and compile, as expected. Then at random times CCS freezes up and has
to be killed with Task Manager. Argh!

John

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johns1 (286)
7/14/2005 5:00:02 PM

john wrote:
> 
> In my case it crashes regularly even when not attached to the target,
> with the emulator's USB port disconnected.

You have my sympathy, but I have to say I've never had a moments
trouble with it, except when my target code was broken. I have a
Spec. Dig. DM642 EVM (600MHz version) and an XDS560. I've installed
it on a few different machines with various hardware, etc (the
XDS560 doesn't work with a Coreco PC-DIG framegrabber, but otherwise
no problems). Maybe I've just been lucky :-)

Cheers

mark-r

-- 
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so that answers your next question..."
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7/18/2005 1:44:16 PM
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Hi Simon, Yes, I'm sure the footprint of the IFR has gone up, since I recently added support for components, events, and valuetypes. However, I haven't yet had time to do more than make sure it all builds ok - no debugging or testing yet. I'm currently dividing my time between two other projects, so I'd welcome fixes or patches from anyone who has the time and inclination. Jeff "Simon McQueen" <sm@prismtechnologies.com> wrote in message news:<3F2656AB.2050208@prismtechnologies.com>... > TAO VERSION: 1.3.3 > ACE VERSION: 5.3.3 > > HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: > Win 2k > > COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): > Visual C++ 6 SP 5 dynamic debug build. > > AREA/CLASS/EXAMPLE AFFECTED: > Interface Repository > > DOES THE PROBLEM AFFECT: > COMPILATION? > No. > LINKING? > No. > EXECUTION? > Yes. > > SYNOPSIS: > I've been looking at a leak in 1.3.1 for a customer and whilst I was > checking against the latest CVS to see if the fix needed forward porting > I happened to notice that the Interface Repository now uses much more > memory than it previously did. > > DESCRIPTION: > This isn't a bug per-se but I thought I should flag it up before I > forget about it. I know there's been a lot of CCM related changes in ...

[RELEASED] Python 3.2.4 rc 1 and Python 3.3.1 rc 1
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On behalf of the Python development team, I am pleased to announce the first release candidates of Python 3.2.4 and 3.3.1. Python 3.2.4 will be the last regular maintenance release for the Python 3.2 series, while Python 3.3.1 is the first maintenance release for the 3.3 series. Both releases include hundreds of bugfixes. There has recently been a lot of discussion about XML-based denial of service attacks. Specifically, certain XML files can cause XML parsers, including ones in the Python stdlib, to consume gigabytes of RAM and swamp the CPU. These releases do not include any changes in Python XML code to address these issues. Interested parties should examine the defusedxml package on PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/defusedxml These are testing releases: Please consider trying them with your code and reporting any bugs you may notice to: http://bugs.python.org/ To download Python 3.2.4 or Python 3.3.1, visit: http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.2.4/ or http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.3.1/ respectively. Enjoy! - -- Georg Brandl, Release Manager georg at python.org (on behalf of the entire python-dev team and all contributors) -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.19 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAlFRRIoACgkQN9GcIYhpnLD6jACgnzYdYRKZ4kwkKeN3zSLSZ3Zr M/IAn17vlpxI3a3xk+i/ODOrCkMnRZro =B5sA -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- ...

[RELEASED] Python 3.2.4 rc 1 and Python 3.3.1 rc 1
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On behalf of the Python development team, I am pleased to announce the first release candidates of Python 3.2.4 and 3.3.1. Python 3.2.4 will be the last regular maintenance release for the Python 3.2 series, while Python 3.3.1 is the first maintenance release for the 3.3 series. Both releases include hundreds of bugfixes. There has recently been a lot of discussion about XML-based denial of service attacks. Specifically, certain XML files can cause XML parsers, including ones in the Python stdlib, to consume gigabytes of RAM and swamp the CPU. These releases do not include any changes in Python XML code to address these issues. Interested parties should examine the defusedxml package on PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/defusedxml These are testing releases: Please consider trying them with your code and reporting any bugs you may notice to: http://bugs.python.org/ To download Python 3.2.4 or Python 3.3.1, visit: http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.2.4/ or http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.3.1/ respectively. Enjoy! - -- Georg Brandl, Release Manager georg at python.org (on behalf of the entire python-dev team and all contributors) -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.19 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAlFRRIoACgkQN9GcIYhpnLD6jACgnzYdYRKZ4kwkKeN3zSLSZ3Zr M/IAn17vlpxI3a3xk+i/ODOrCkMnRZro =B5sA -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- ...

3.1.1 ok but 3.1.2-B3 error on same SiS965L board (pci: i/o base too low: 0)
The 3.1.2-B3 CD will not boot: Panic in pci: I/O base too low: 0 ... No CD found The 3.1.1 installed and then everything worked, but had 2 warnings at boot: pci_intel_init: unknown PCI-controller vendor 1039 (silicon Intergated Systems (SiS)), device 0760 unsupported ISA bridge 1039/0965 for bus 0 All, On 13 Apr 2006 22:17:59 -0700, Costel CV <cv.minix@gmail.com> wrote: > The 3.1.2-B3 CD will not boot: > Panic in pci: I/O base too low: 0 > ... > No CD found There is a new experimental version (a tentative 3.1.2) on the experimental page. Please try it out. It has a fix for one of the causes for 'Panic in pci:iogap_high too low:368', and may also solve this problem. If not, it will make it more debuggable. http://www.minix3.org/experimental.html (There's a full version there with lots of packages and sources, and one without packages that's only 8MB to download.) =Ben 3.1.2 works. Thanks! ...

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MERA VoIP Transit Softswitch II (MVTS II) is a next-generation prepaid switching platform with a geographically distributed architecture and highly flexible traffic handling capability. MVTS II is specifically designed to increase the efficiency of VoIP traffic management on large-scale networks and is targeted towards carriers running 3+ million minutes of VoIP calls per month. Built on modular architecture, the versatile MERA solution alleviates the challenges of managing traffic flows on highly distributed networks by providing intelligent built-in algorithms of call routing and elaborate analysis and reporting tools. MVTS II is a handy solution for wholesale carriers who consider price-to-quality ratio in each call route and need to promptly react to changes in routing policy of their peers. MVTS II is intended for carriers that would like to keep all billing and routing data in one single database (powered by Oracle), included into the system. MVTS II is ideal for carriers that would like to take advantage =93hosted softswitch=94 capability and sacrifice ease of the systen management for elaborate functionality. The rich feature set of the MERA solution includes: * New intelligent routing capabilities * Computer-aided profitability monitoring * Native support of SIP and H.323 * Various proxy options for both SIP and H.323 (Two-way SIP/H.323 conversion) * Codec conversion (G.729, G.729A, G.723.1, G711A-Law, G.711mU- Law, G...

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