I use dsplink1.61.01. I read xxxx_flags.txt and I don't know which files define macros such as DA8XXGEM, MAXDSP, ZCPY_LINK etc.
Take a look at the files 'xxxx_defines.txt'. They should contain the macros that need to be defined during compilation, if that is what you are looking for.
Maybe my question is not clear. I've already found xxxx_defines.txt in "xx/export/BIN/Linux(DspBios)/DEBUG(RELEASE)"; however, it is an exported file rather than input file . I want to know if want to change some macros where should I edit. Thanks!
These macros are autogenerated based on your DSPLINK configuration that you select when you run the perl configuration script 'dsplinkcfg.pl'. It generates a file called config/BUILD/CURRENTCFG.MK which records all the relevant flags/macros. Why do you need to make change to the macros? Maybe a better way would be to simply re-run the configuration script.
Thank you Vincent!
As I'm not familiar with perl and don't know how to use it, I often change the macro directly. It may be better to rerun the script and I'll try it.
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