Is it possible to assess the gpp side in the OMAPL138 processor in CCS 3.3 or CCS4.0, and then link(dsplink) it to the dsp code?
I have been coding the gpp side and dsp side in linux usiing dsp/bios and dsplink but I want to try windows only. I know you could connect linux with windows using Samba, but I was just wondering if you do all the implementation(both gpp and dsp code) in CCS and then compile to produce one single binary .
Now that I think about it this question does not make sense
The build requirements for GPP and DSP side are discrete. You can work on Windows if you have a Linux emulation or Linux virtual machine on which you can build the GPP core.
The binaries will be separate and discrete. It cannot be combined to one binary.
Hey Deepali thanks for the reply. Im currently experimenting with linux Virtual Box with Samba already.It make sense that the binaries are discrete.
Instead, could you please see you know the answer to this forum -http://e2e.ti.com/support/embedded/f/354/p/75285/273611.aspx#273611 . (Title -_ZCPYDATA_SWI_OBJ unresolved symbols ERROR in linux.) Thanks for the help, trully appreciat it.
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