Hello, i am quite new to the Analog Devices Environment.
After getting a software licence to work for me my task is to debug an old firmware. I could VisualDSP 5.1.2 to install on my Windows 10 machine. The original project was done on Visual DSP 5.0. Visual DSP 5.0 seems to be a no go for me to install. Installation always errors out with an error on registering msxml4.dll. All possibilities in FAQ (manual registering them, admin mode, nothing works).
So if i try now to compile the project it says to me "#error The compiler version does not match the version of the builtins.h include" So i guess the 5.1.2 version has a newer compiler and the project demands a certain version of the compiler. Which is fine for me. But i cant to find the option on how to install an older version of the compiler. It seems every VDSP++ comes with its own distinguished compiler which i cant change.
from the buildins.h i get the version number needed is 0x08010a05
So how can i get my VDSP++ to use this compiler? the compiler seems to be one exe (cc21k.exe ?) in the software directory itself with a higher number.
I am used to that the IDE itself is independent from the toolchain for the build of a firmware (like any Eclipse derivative).