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Has anyone used the standard template library vector class on the DSP side of the OMAP-L138?
I have a large memory intensive algorithm that is being adapted from a corresponding MATLABprogram and up til now have been using STL vector with success, albeit the expected performancehit. At the moment speed is not as important as algorithmic correctness.
I have just discovered that at a certain point in my algorithm during the instantiation ofa vector object the memory that is occupied by the vector object conflicts (lies on top of) of a previously allocated vector object. The heap does not appear to be exhausted as I have set aside approx 12 Mbyte for theheap
in the DSP-BIOS configuration and the returned address for the object
appears to indicate that only about 1Mbyte has been utilizedat the time of the strange behavior.
I am using tool chain version 6.1.9 under Code Composer Studio v. 3.3
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this in use of the vector class or if this is known behavior and there is a remedy.
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