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What's involved in adding NDK support to a F2812 application
I have hardware that uses an F2812 DSP. It currently communicates via the serial port. I would like to add Ethernet support (TCP/IP). What would be involved in doing that with the NDK? I don't need anything really complicated, just UDP support an network addressing (not TCP, FTP or HTTP). I want to do it as easily as possible (i.e. is there existing examples/code that would require minimal modification).
Hi Clinton Parker,
The NDK is not supported for the C28x hardware. As such, we would not be able to support you on any efforts you make in trying to port it.
Having said that, if you do wish to try on your own, you would need to:
1. build the NDK libraries for the C28x. This may or may not require code changes on your part.
2. port the Ethernet driver from an existing platform to work on your 2812 board.
There is a driver porting guide available that ships with the NDK that would help with step 2. For example, it's here on my machine:
C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments\ndk_2_21_00_32\docs\sprufp2_nspethdrvdesign.pdf
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