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Part Number: TMS320C6452
I'm looking at moving an exisiting c5510A based DSP project over to a c64x+ on a Beagleboard XM. So far I have a working toolchain using CCS 6.2 and can step through a basic hello world type program using JTAG on the BeagleXM dsp.
My question is, does anyone have any experience with this sort of thing? If so, would you mind sharing any pitfalls/tips on the process.
Thanks in advance for your time.
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In reply to Cvetolin Shulev-XID:
Thanks for replying. The c5510A is used as part of an existing product by the company I work for. We are looking at running the code on a 6000 series DSP and we have a number of Beagle XM boards in stock so that is what I'll be using at this stage. As mentioned, I have already successfully run a "hello world" type program using DSP/BIOS on the Beagle XM DSP and am just looking for general comments on migrating working code from the c55x platform to the c64+.
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