I could use some advice on how to compile this library in CCSv5. The instructions I have found in the directory are vague and limited to makefiles and CCsv4. Also, what is the best way to link this into an RTSC project? Can I put it into the config file some how?
The below instructions don't work and build a .out file, not a library.
The following tools are required to build IMGLIB using CCS (links provided). Download and install all tools to a single local (C:) directory, for example, c:\Program Files\Texas Instruments.
c:\Program Files\Texas Instruments
The IMGLIB may be compiled with CCS following the procedure below:
And these library instructions don't work either:
I have brought the import and build issues to the attention of the IMGLIB team. We are currently investigating this and will get back to you soon.
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Any update on this? Can you provide the steps to properly import IMGLIB?
Which version of IMGLIB are you working with? Also, what is your target processor?
It is imglib_C66x_3_1_0_0.
I am using the C6678.
And although you didn't ask, its CCS Version: 5.1.0.09000
Thanks for your patience as we were investigating and working towards a solution. The IMGLIB team has begun work on an incremental version (IMGLIB v3.1.1) that will address these issues and allow you to successfully import and build IMGLIB using CCSv5.1. As per the team, IMGLIB v3.1.1 should be available by the end of next week at http://software-dl.ti.com/sdoemb/sdoemb_public_sw/imglib/latest/index_FDS.html
Sounds good. Thanks!
The team is trying to incorporate a few more last-minute updates in the software package before release. They now anticipate that the new IMGLIB will be available Friday, June 1. We'll post again here as soon as it's online.
The new IMGLIB release is now available at http://software-dl.ti.com/sdoemb/sdoemb_public_sw/imglib/latest/index_FDS.html
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