I am looking for a good reference on C2000 assembly language programmming. I am aware of the user guide for the assembly language tools and the documenation for the instruction set.
Are there any good teaching references on C2000 assumbly language?
None that I am aware of. A good starting point are the examples provided with the controlSUITE. Although assembly code is not big in books anymore, there is life in the old dog yet... :-)
For C2000 assembly programming I recommend the following references:
· To understand syntax tools:
o Assembly Language Tools Users Guide (spru513)
· To understand instruction set and addressing modes, with each ASM group by function:
o 28x CPU Instruction Set (spru430)
· To understand FPU specific instructions:
o Floating Point Unit and Instruction Set Reference Guide (sprueo)
· To understand CLA specific instructions:
o CLA Reference Guide (SPRUGE)
· To understand C-callable ASM format:
o C-Compiler (spru514)
o Wiki: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Creating_a_C-callable_Assembly_Function_for_the_TMS320C28x_DSP
· To see compiler generated ASM:
o CCS Disassembly Window’s display of source code
· Assembly Programming Training material
o C2000 Training Wiki: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Category:C2000_Training
§ F2812 Archived workshop:
· See Appendix B – Addressing Modes
· See Appendix C – Assembly Programming
thanks, very helpful!
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