I am looking for a SDK that I can write a program in C++ for Beaglebone. Do you recommend me to download CSS or another TI's SDK Sitara SDK 5.03? After I download the SDK, do I need to install any toolchain or library for Windows 7?
why nobody replies me? I asked a very fundamental question
The SDK has the arago toolchain in it. Would suggest installing a vmware player + ubuntu 10.04 session on your windows machine to run it in. This will allow you to modify the kernel, uboot, and boot the target from an NFS rootfs, and a bunch of other cool stuff. Documents are in the SDK as well. There is a nice starter guide to show how to get this set up.
I am using StarterWare-AM335X:
It has tons of examples including for BeagleBone.
I am using StarterWare, but find its support for c++ not great, mainly because global and static c++ objects are not constructed by the startup code. The startup code bypasses the natural initialization of these types of objects for some reason. (thread)
I'm in the process of replacing parts of StarterWare C libraries with c++ classes that model parts of the chip I need. The idea is to expose c++ objects that follow the naming conventions in the technical reference manual. Its a work in progress...
I have started with Starterware on CCSv5 and i am using BeagleBone-AM3358 as target with on-board JTAG XDS100v2.
I am trying to test GPIO on target and for that i found gpioLEDBlink.c in beaglebone sub-directory of Starterware.
I succeeded with building gpioLEDBlink.c in CCSv5 after resolving few undefined-symbol build errors by adding gpio.c to my project but after loading my code on AM3358 when i am hitting resume the below error is appearing on cosole.
ti.sysbios.family.arm.exc.Exception: line 176: E_dataAbort: pc = 0x800043f4, lr = 0x80006de0.xdc.runtime.Error.raise: terminating execution
And i am sure it is crossing the main function of the project.
and its failing at gpio.c.
Any information on this please share.
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