ARM Cortex-M4 - Build Options
Use the build options to specify how the build process takes place.
You can set the following parameters for build options:
- Build action
Define how Embedded Coder® responds when you build your model.
Build, load and runoption is supported for Texas Instruments® Code Composer Studio™ CCS v4 and the later versions.
If you select the
Build, load and runoption, you must provide the required CCS hardware configuration file.
- Disable parallel build
on – When you select this option, the blockset compiles generated code and driver source codes in sequential order.
off – When you clear the selection, the blockset compiles generated code and driver source codes parallely. Parallel execution reduces the time taken to build the model.
- Device Name
Select a particular device from the selected processor family.
- Boot From Flash (stand alone execution)
The option to specify if the application has to load to the flash. If you do not select this option, the application loads to the RAM.
- Use custom linker command file
Select this option, if you have your own custom linker file, which you can specify in the Linker command file parameter. If you do not select this option, based on the device you have selected, a default custom linker command file is used.
- Linker command file
For each family of TI processor selected under Target hardware resources, one linker command file is selected automatically.
For a different variant of the processor, you can select the variant from the ‘src’ folder in the blockset installation path. You can also create custom linker command file and select the file path using the Browse button.
The linker command file path provided can be absolute or relative. If the path provided is relative, the path must be selected with respect to the folder where the model is present or the code generation folder.
- CCS hardware configuration file
The Code Composer Studio file required for downloading the application on the hardware. Select one of the .ccxml files from the folder ‘CCS_Config’ folder under blockset installation folder.
Alternately, can use Code Composer Studio to create the
ccxmlfile. In Code Composer Studio, go to File > New > Target Configuration File. Select the file you created using the Browse button. You can also edit the
ccxmlfile using the Edit button.
ccxmlfiles provided with C2000™ Microcontroller Blockset are as follows:The
ccxmlfiles provided are as follows:
f2838x.ccxml – TI F2838xD XDS100v2 USB Emulator
f2838x.ccxml – TI F2838xS XDS100v2 USB Emulator