I'm a bigginer of TI DSP software development, could anyone tell me how to develope DM6437 software from scratch. and whitch documents I should read before writing code? thank you!
The software tool of choice to develop for our DSP platforms (such as DM6437) is Code Composer Studio (CCS) IDE; this normally runs on a Windows PC and connects to your development board via JTAG emulator for debugging and/or downloading code to the board. However, if you buy our DM643X EVM, it has on-board emulation built in (no JTAG required, USB is used instead...) and includes a CCS version that will work with the EVM; this will allow you to evaluate this platform in a very inexpensive manner as a JTAG emulator can cost a few thousand dollars.
I hope this helps.
Thank you. What I wnat to know is how to write C setup/initial code like other MCU/DSP software developemt such as ARM, codefire and so on? [:)]
For the most part I would suggest starting with the examples that are given within the DVSDK install you receive with the EVM, as they leverage the existing software frameworks and drivers to initialize and utilize the hardware on the DM6437. I suppose this is not really starting from scratch though, the development model for DM6437 is built around using DSP/BIOS as the RTOS with BIOS drivers to leverage the hardware as opposed to the traditional chip support library code where the developer creates their own drivers.
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