Illegal_isr when applied in a processor TMS320F28335

I want to use Anybus m40 in a TI processor F28335. I have adapted the system level and it works successfully. The second call to the functionpsReadMessage.psMsg = pnABCC_DrvReadMessage() triggers an interrupt ILLEGAL_ISR. I understand that this question needs to be written in support of TI, but maybe you also have a solution to my problem. I also want to know if you know of successful applications of Anybus with TI processors.

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I want to use Anybus m40 in a TI processor F28335. I have adapted the system level and it works successfully. The second call to the function psReadMessage.psMsg = pnABCC_DrvReadMessage(); triggers an interrupt ILLEGAL_ISR. I understand that this question needs to be written in support of texas, but maybe you also have a solution to my problem. I also want to know if you know of successful applications of Anybus m40 with Texas processors.

Hi Ivan,

What are you basing your port on? I believe we have a working example of the host application for the TI C2000 that is shared with the starter kit. If you don’t have the starter kit application you can request it here: Get started with your Anybus CompactCom In-design

Deryck