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Part Number: TDA2PXEVM
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I was not able to compile my sample sources file which is part of an Vision_SDK module for A15 core.
With the above changes in place I do see the Sample.c file is not getting compiled.
By reverting the changes under SRC_FILES.MK file to “SRCS_IPU1_0 += Sample.c” the source file is being compiled.
Could you please let me know what other changes to be made to get the sources compiled for SRCS_a15_0 ?
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In reply to Rishabh Garg:
In reply to Ramesh Pradeep Kundati:
This is the complete directory path were MakeConfig(harman_proto_A_bios) refers to:
FFC_WORKSPACE is the directory were in we have synced code.
On the other hand I have got couple of question regarding porting Linux Application on to Vision SDK framework for which I request you to provide your inputs on it.
As SYBIOS provides pthread support for A15 core and also NDK(Yet to explore) is built for A15 we were trying to compile/build our Linux application(Sample) for A15 core alone on Vision SDK framework.
Are we on the right direction? Do you foresee any issues with it?
Recent conversation with TI Engineer states we need to Port Linux on to A15 core? Does it mean porting complete Linux platform on to A15 core and post to which we should start porting our Sample on to A15?
As mentioned Linux application Sample has got FileSystem calls in place. Do we have support for FileSystem on SYSBIOS? If So, how could we make use of it or do we need to look for corresponding alternatives in it?
Request you to pour in your inputs/thoughts on it.
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