The host intrinsics package contains a C code implementation of all the intrinsics supplied by the C6000 compiler. To execute your DSP code on a hosted system such as a Windows PC, you add the source code from this package to your system. Further details, including download links, are available in this wiki article. This release introduces support for C6700 and C6600 intrinsics.
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I need this for ARM Cortex A8 from DM8148 device. Do you see any chance to get one?
In reply to Thorsten Lorenzen:
Unfortunately, there is no host intrinsics package for the ARM compiler.
In reply to George Mock:
Thanks for the response George.
All the best, Thorsten
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