Where to find evmOMAPL138_bsl.lib without be a customer of logicpd.com ??

Hello,

I've download examples to program LCDK6748 from ftp://ftp.wiley.com/public/ BUT for the lib , the support of logicpd.com told me to contact TI because my product is a single LCDK !!

I turn round and i've no solution quickly to control AIC because via starterware example mcasp and toneloop are complex to understand for my students.

If anybody have the lib in a folder  it will be a "miracle".  If a documentation of LCDKC6748 board in relationship with Starterware could help me .

Thanks for any suggestions or advice.

REgards

  • Patrick,

    Perhaps you can supply a little more information, such as exactly which example(s) you have downloaded from Wiley. There are a lot of folders at the site you named above, and none of them look quickly like an LCDK source site.

    The BSL is a Board Support Library, so it is tailored to a specific board design. If LogicPD said your board was not supported by them then the BSL that they provide would not apply to your board. If the Wiley examples were written for the LogicPD EVM, then those files will not apply to the LCDK, for example.

    You can go the TMS320C6748 Product Folder and click on the link to the LCDK under Design Kits & Evaluation Modules or go directly to the TMDXLCDK138 product page to find more information. In particular, you can go to the TI Wiki Pages and search for LCDK, or you can look in the TMDXLCDK138 product page under Technical Documents to find the link to the Wiki page. There you will find the support that is available for the LCDK from TI.

    If this is not what the Wiley examples are looking for, then those examples are most likely not targeted for the LCDK. You may have to adapt to the support that is provided for the LCDK, or look into acquiring the board that the examples were targeting.

    Regards,
    RandyP

  • In reply to RandyP:

    Hello Randy,

    This the exact link of sub folder that i've use to download my files. ftp://ftp.wiley.com/public/sci_tech_med/signal_processing/LCDK_files_CCSv5.zip.

    I join a extract of pdf which explain that all the source from book OMAP-EXperimenter (can be found at http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/Digital-Signal-Processing-Applications-with-OMAP-L138-Experimenter-Donald-Reay/9780470936863 ) ; are compatible with LCDK !!

    I've all the header files but not the evmomapl138_bsl.lib  6012.LCDK_readme.docx

    If you know anybody in the staff who use this lib.

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards

  • In reply to MAYLAENDER patrick:

    Patrick,

    Do you have the original CD that came with the LCDK? I do not have one, so I do not know what files came with it or what can be downloaded.

    Have you downloaded the software from the Wiki page I pointed out above?

    If the files you need are not on the CD and not in the Wiki resources, then my recommendation is to look at the functions that are needed to figure out if those are included in an LCDK SDK library that may use a different name than evmOMAPL138_bsl.lib .

    Regards,
    RandyP

  • In reply to RandyP:

    Hello Randy,

    I've the original soft (biosC6sdk, CCSv5, and gentools7.3.1) for windows on my micro-sd. On the site from wiki i've don't found anymore things. I will try in an other way. (The lib i've been rebuild by the author of the book ).

    Thanks for your advices.

    Regards

    P.Maylaender

    RandyP

    Patrick,

    Do you have the original CD that came with the LCDK? I do not have one, so I do not know what files came with it or what can be downloaded.

    Have you downloaded the software from the Wiki page I pointed out above?

    If the files you need are not on the CD and not in the Wiki resources, then my recommendation is to look at the functions that are needed to figure out if those are included in an LCDK SDK library that may use a different name than evmOMAPL138_bsl.lib .

    Regards,
    RandyP

  • In reply to MAYLAENDER patrick:

    Patrick,

    Please post back to this thread with your results and how you were able to solve this. Others will run into your same problem when using this very helpful book.

    Regards,
    RandyP