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I am wondering what are the latest releases of the MCSDK and HPC MCSDK. Is it still necessary to download the HPC packages independently of the main MCSDK?
At the moment I am interest on working with the OpenMP accelarator model on the Keystone II. Let me know what are packages that I should download in order to work properly with OpenMP.
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In reply to Ajay Jayaraj:
In reply to Miguel Aguilar:
In reply to Alexander Bogodarov:
MCSDK and MCSDK HPC have been replaced by the Processor SDK. Processor SDK for 66AK2HX is available here: http://www.ti.com/tool/PROCESSOR-SDK-K2H.
Processor SDK for other platforms is available here: http://www.ti.com/lsds/ti/tools-software/processor_sw.page.
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