Question: Where can I find the software examples mentioned in the Application Notes?
Answer: Below are the steps to import the software example project:
There are multiple ways to export/import a project in Simplicity Studio. The following are the procedures to import/export a project in Simplicity Studio using .sls file/archive folder containing .cproject& .project files.
sls: An easier way to save & move the project in between teams/computers in Simplicity Studio is by saving it in .sls format
Steps for Exporting a project in sls format:
Steps for Importing a project in sls format:
Archive folder containing .cproject and .project files:
Steps for Exporting a project to Archive Files:
Steps for Importing a project from Archive Files:
Note: This issue is specific to Mac OS X only.
The scenario is most likely if the user wants to run a newer version of SystemView than the one Simplicity Studio includes.
When a user has installed SystemView within Simplicity Studio, and then runs Segger's SystemView installer,
Mac OS will overwrite the SystemView executable in Studio with the one from Segger's installer.
This scenario causes two problems:
1) the executable for the Segger installation is missing from /Applications/Segger/SystemView and
2) Simplicity Studio's SystemView executable becomes corrupted and will not execute.
If you wish to see the log output from Segger's SystemView installer to see its behavior, press Command+L upon launching the PKG installer GUI.
The best way to avoid this issue is to first uninstall SystemView from Simplicity Studio using the Package Manager. Click [Update Software] then [Package Manager], select the [Tools] tab and scroll down to [Segger SystemView Integration] and click [Uninstall]. After the uninstall finishes, close Simplicity Studio and then use the Segger installer to install SystemView.
***WORKAROUND***: To install SystemView using Segger's installer when Simplicity Studio has SystemView installed, use this CLI command to run the installer:
sudo installer -pkg /path/to/Segger_SystemViewInstaller.pkg -target /Volumes/"VolumeName"
sudo installer -pkg ~/Downloads/SystemView_MacOSX_V252c.pkg -target /Volumes/"Macintosh HD"
At this time, there is no programmatic way to override or prevent Mac OS X from automatically overwriting the SystemView installation
within Simplicity Studio when running Segger's SystemView installer.
We apologize for the inconvenience.