I use C6670 for my work. I tried to run example project for TCP3D in directory C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments\pdk_C6670_1_0_0_17\packages\ti\drv\tcp3d.
I've changed "the testvectFolderBase" to "C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments\pdk_C6670_1_0_0_17\packages\ti\drv\tcp3d\example\testvectors", and when the project is built and run, the result is as below.
The program has been executed, but it's stop after the inizialitation.
Is there a mistake in the example, or I just run it incorrectly?
I've run the "genTestVect.bat" before, but the result in CMD is "The system cannot find the file specified". Is there any relationship between the execution deadlock and this CMD result ?
[C66xx_0] ----- TEST #0 STARTED ------[C66xx_0] [C66xx_0] Reading test vector files started (including memory allocation)...[C66xx_0] Reading test vector files complete[C66xx_0] [C66xx_0] ----- TEST INITIALIZATION STARTED -----[C66xx_0] [C66xx_0] EDMA3 LLD Initialization complete (TPCC #2, Region #3)[C66xx_0] EDMA3 Channels opening started...[C66xx_0] EDMA3 Channels opening complete[C66xx_0] TCP3 Decoder Driver Initialization sequence started...[C66xx_0] Tcp3d_getNumBuf() passed[C66xx_0] Tcp3d_getBufDesc() passed[C66xx_0] Tcp3d_init() passed[C66xx_0] TCP3 Decoder Driver Initialization sequence complete[C66xx_0] [C66xx_0] Heap Usage/Staus[C66xx_0] tcp3dDrvHeap : 1976 of 16384 free[C66xx_0] tcp3dDataHeap : 991424 of 1047680 free[C66xx_0] [C66xx_0] ----- TEST INITIALIZATION COMPLETE -----[C66xx_0]
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