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How to include syslink libs
I've started working on a OMAPL138 processor and I need to use syslink to initiate the DSP.
I can easily build syslink and I have also build the sample programs and got them running from my arm processor.
So I insmod syslink and run whatever sample program I want to and everything works.
But I have a hard time figuring out how to write my own program utilizing syslink. What I really want is a way to include all the syslink libs so I can e.g. #include <ti/syslink.h> in my own c-code so I can start to use the syslink API's.
Maybe someone can even guide me to a good tutorial.
I got it working with dsplink where I found all the necessary information in ti-dvsdk_omapl138-evm_4_01_00_09/dsplink_1_65_00_02/dsplink/gpp/export/BIN/Linux/OMAPL138/RELEASE
I had all the files including the API_defines, API_flags and API_includes.
Could someone guide me towards a way of writing my own program thus using syslink? Maybe even a makefile showing what I need to include.
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