Is it (the simulator) completely integrated into CCES or is it available as an executable in the installation directory of CCES?
As you are asking if the simulator is completely integrated into CCES I assume you are looking to run CCES from the command line from an automation point of view? If so then there is currently no native automation interface for CrossCore Embedded Studio meaning your unable to start a simulation session from the command line. However, there is a Third Party product called TESSY - from one of our partners, Razorcat - that supports CrossCore Embedded Studio for Unit Testing.
More information is available here - Tessy from Razorcat. and here Compilers and Debuggers/Emulators supported by TESSY
It is our intention to provide an automation interface in a future release of the CrossCore Embedded Studio tools, however there is no schedule available at present.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for your answer.
You understand my need : unit test.
For the moment I will try to create a specific project in CCES for unit test purpose.
Did you know if unit test framework like CppUTest or unity or others compiled on blackfin CCES compiler?
We don't provide any support or have any experience with CppUTest so unfortunately i cannot be of much help here. There are certainly eclipse plugins available like the Eclipse plugin for CppUTest unit test harness, again though I don't have any experience with using this and its worth noting that this wont have any insight into CCES.
All I can recommend is the Third Party product (TESSY) that I mentioned previously.
I have a version of Source Forge UnitTest++ with extensions for BF5XX and SHARC 21XXXX running in CCES 1.0.3
if colin can connect us off-line -- we can discuss if this is what you want
Have been using it for teaching for 1 year now and a version for Visual DSP++ for many years
The VisualDSP++ version is discussed her
Smith, M. R., J. Miller, F. Huang and A. Tran, “A case for taking a more ‘Agile’ approach in the development of embedded systems”, IEEE Software Magazine (Special issue on Embedded Software), pp 50 – 57, May 2009.
I just see your post.
Thank you for your proposal.
I finally used the Unity unit test framework and it answers to my today need.
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