There is a comment in udma.h that referes to a function called uDMAChannelMapConfigure; however, this function doesn't actually exist in udma.c. It looks like someone planned to create this function, and then abandoned the effort.
I'd like to use this function so I can map uDMA channels to any of the five peripherals that each channel supports. I've been using Stellarisware for my entire application and would prefer to use it for this as well, as opposed to doing direct register writes for this special case.
TI: Please finish your efforts or at least just remove it if you have no intention of doing so.
For future reference, the current Stellarisware version is 8555.
Thank you for pointing this out.
The comment that referes to "uDMAChannelMapConfigure" is incorrect and should read "uDMAChannelAssign"
We will update that comment to reflect the correct function name. So go ahead and use uDMAChannelAssign() with the associated #defines.
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