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I used the IPNC of APPRO Corp.
Now, I want to allocate a memory in L2RAM of DSP.
I find in the file "config_512M.bld" have the following code:
And in the file "BIOS_c6xdsp.cfg" have the following code:
So I write my code in the file "vaLink_alg.c" as follow:
However, when I make the program, have errors as follow:
What should I do if I want to use the L2RAM of DSP?
In reply to Venugopala:
Thank you for your fast reply.
I am not sure if a transfer on the same channel is in progress. The IPNC code only define the EDMA channel in the line 27 of the file vaLink_priv.h.
However I find the use of EDMA in the function VaLink_algCopyFrames() in line 2388 of the file vaLink_alg.c.
If it monopolize the EDMA source?
Could you give me some suggestions for using the EDMA in IPNC code.
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