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Memset/Memcpy Suspected Issues
Part Number: TMS320C6727B
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I am trying to debug a problem where the DSP stops attending interruptions (EMIF).
I have tracked until memcpy: is it possible that it disables interruptions for better performance and, under some conditions, they are not re-enabled?
Is it possible that memmove has the same behaviour?
Jose Luis Gomez Costa
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In reply to Keith Barkley:
In reply to Jose Luis Gomez Costa:
Could your memcopy() call be clobbering the stack? That could kill interrupts.
Jose Luis Gomez CostaI have tracked until memcpy: is it possible that it disables interruptions for better performance
Jose Luis Gomez Costaand, under some conditions, they are not re-enabled?
No. Interrupts are always re-enabled.
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