What is the URL to download sitaraware?
What is the difference between sitaraware and starterware?
It appears like stellarisware (for cortex M3 parts) is also changing to starterware?
But Sitara is for the ARM9 parts and Stellaris for the cortex M3s.
Please explain simply what the heck is going on with these software libraries for the Sitara and Stellaris parts.
StellarisWare for Stellaris Cortex-M class of devices.
StarterWare (was SitaraWare) for ARM926 (AM18xx / OMAP-L138), ARM Cortex-A8 (AM335x soon).
You can download StarterWare releases from www.ti.com/starterware.
where can I find starterwarefor DM3725?
Starterware is not supported for DM3725.
For the list of SoC's supported please refer here.
If I want to use DM3725 without OS or by Sys/BIOS, how can I find peripheral driver or chip support library?
Should I write driver codes by myself?
As far as i know there is no NO-OS support for DM3725.
what about Sys/bios? is that can help me to work with peripherals in DM3725?
I am not sure about sysbios. Please post a query in Sysbios forum, so that the right team will answer this query.
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