I followed up the steps in " DVSDK WinCE - Getting Started Guide.pdf" and rebuilt the dvsdk project in vs2005, but I got the following error:
Error: Could not find file 'D:\WINCE600\OSDesigns\EVM_3530\EVM_3530\RelDir\TI_EVM_3530_ARMV4I_Release\c6accel_app.exe' on disk
c6accel_app.exe D:\WINCE600\OSDesigns\EVM_3530\EVM_3530\RelDir\TI_EVM_3530_ARMV4I_Release\c6accel_app.exe NK SH
Error: failed setting line
makeimg: FATAL ERROR: Command returned non-zero exit code 1 (dec).
D:\WINCE600\3rdParty\dvsdk_1_10_00_00\sources - 4 error(s), 2 warning(s)
========== Build: 0 succeeded or up-to-date, 1 failed, 0 skipped ==========
I searched for c6accel_app.exe in the whole related folders, no result was found. It seems that the c6accel app was not built. I didn't figure out why.Can anyone help me?
host : xp pro sp3
os: wince6 (installed in d:\wince600)
dvsdk : dvsdk_1_10_00_00(installed in d:\wince600\3rdparty)
The dvsdk detailed build logs are in the dvsdk_01_10_00_00\logs directory. Look at these logs to determine why c6accel didnt build successfully. Also, c6accel is not needed for video playback but for running some custom algo on DSP. So if you dont need this feature, disable SYSGEN_C6ACCEL from your catalog/OS-design.
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I found an compile error in the log file:
c6accelw.c(15) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'xdc/std.h': No such file or directory
What may be the cause?
did you follow all the steps mentioned here for building DVSDK - http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/GSG:_DVSDK_for_Windows_CE_Software_Setup
Looks like your path to xdc installation is incorrect and c6accel package cannot locate it.
I think I didn't miss any step.I will list what exatly I did here:
1.run ti_cgt_c6000_6.1.19_setup_win32.exe , install to C:\ti\cgt6_1_9
2.run bios_setupwin32_5_41_00_06_ccsv3.exe, install to C:\ti\bios_5_41_00_06
3.run xdctools_setupwin32_3_16_01_27.exe, install to C:\ti\xdctools_3_16_01_27
4.run ActivePerl-126.96.36.1997-MSWin32-x86-291969.msi, install to C:\ti\Perl
5.run bspsource_omapwince_06_15_00.exe, install to F:\board\omap3530,
and then follow F:\board\omap3530\OAK\6.15.00\BSP\_Installation.txt ,copy TI_EVM_3530_6.15.00.zip to C:\WINCE600\PLATFORM, unzip it,so the BSP folder is C:\WINCE600\PLATFORM\TI_EVM_3530
6.run dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01_setup.exe, install to C:\WINCE600\3rdParty\dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01(I have tried dvsdk110,the same thing happens),copy catalog folder to C:\WINCE600\PLATFORM\TI_EVM_3530\CATALOG
7. modify setpaths.bat:
REM DSP BIOS installation path.
REM DSP Code generation tool path
REM Installation directory of XDCTOOLS
REM Perl path
@REM select which components are to be rebuilt
8.add dvsdk project to OS design,and select all the dvsdk components
9. clean and build the whole sulotion
Is there any problem?
By the way I found this page about problems including std.h: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/StdDotH . Does it works? And where should I add the xdc_target_name__ , xdc_target_types__ options?
Could you use the latest TI BSP instead of the 6.15 version since the DVSDK version you are installing (dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01) is based on the latest BSP_WINCE_ARM_A8_01_02_00. Please find the BSP source here:
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I installed the latest BSP,it didn't help.
But I notice another message in the log file:
configuring c6accelw using c6accelw.cfg
C:\ti\xdctools_3_16_01_27/xs xdc.tools.configuro -c \
-o wince/omap3530 \
-t microsoft.targets.arm.WinCE \
-p ti.platforms.evm3530 \
-b wince/config.bld \
Usage: xs xdc.tools.configuro [--help]
[-b config_bld | -c codegen_dir | --cb]
[-t target] [-p platform[:instance]] [-r profile]
[-w | -x regexp]
[--tcf] [--bios5] [--pkg]
[--oc compiler.opt] [--ol linker.cmd]
/cygdrive/c/ti/xdctools_3_16_01_27/bin/cat: wince/omap3530/compiler.opt: No such file or directory
Compiling c6accelw.obj from c6accelw.c..
C:\WINCE600/SDK/BIN/I386/ARM/cl.exe -Ox -Ot -I""/public/common/sdk/inc -I""/public/common/oak/inc -I../packages -c -Foc6accelw.obj c6accelw.c
Should I send you all the log files?
Sure. So far I dont see anything wrong with your setup. Lets see if the log helps. Send me the logs for dsplink, cmem, codecserver as well.
Sorry to trouble you and thanks for your help.
Please see attachment for log files.
Can you check if _WINCEROOT is set in your build environment? The configuro command is missing the parameter after -c and it should be C:\WINCE600.
Hi. yinghui , I came across the same problem as you. I rebuild the DVSDK failed!
Have you solved the problem ?
It's failed on compiling the file "c6accelw.c"
the error message in "c6accel.log" is:
gmake: *** [c6accelw.obj] Error 2
gmake: Leaving directory `C:/WINCE600/3rdParty/dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01/src/c6accel_1_01_00_02/soc/c6accelw'
gmake: *** [c6accelw] Error 2
gmake: Leaving directory `C:/WINCE600/3rdParty/dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01/src/c6accel_1_01_00_02/soc'
gmake: *** [c6accel] Error 2
do you have any idea?
Sorry to reply so late.
I set _WINCEROOT to C:\WINCE600 in my computer enviroment and the OS project's property as well(Proterties-->Configuration Properties-->Environment), but problem remains unsolved.
I followed up the steps in "DVSDK for Windows CE Software Setup" as well and now I have a error with exactly the same message in c6accel.log:
c6accelw.c(15) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'xdc/std.h': No such file or directorygmake: *** [c6accelw.obj] Error 2gmake: Leaving directory `C:/WINCE600/3rdParty/dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01/src/c6accel_1_01_00_02/soc/c6accelw'gmake: *** [c6accelw] Error 2gmake: Leaving directory `C:/WINCE600/3rdParty/dvsdk_wince_01_11_00_03_patch_01/src/c6accel_1_01_00_02/soc'gmake: *** [c6accel] Error 2
I hope TI employees will find a solution to this problem...
So, using the above mentioned instruction, I have installed DVSDK for Windows CE on a clean system with Windows 7 and clean VirtualPC system with Windows XP. In both cases I get the same error during the build. From this I can only assume that either, in both cases I was doing something wrong or something is wrong with c6accel (without c6accel it works fine).Thus I can offer you vhd file with Windows XP image and DVSDK in order to you could see yourself a cause of the error, but unfortunately its size about 20gb (though I have 100MBit/s internet speed)
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