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Part Number: TMS320C5534
I am trying to hook the Timer1 interrupt (of a C55x) to an HWI of DSP/BIOS.
As my system already uses the HW_INT8 for the DMA interrupts, i first used the same construct but this time with HW_INT4
for the timer interrupt. It didnt work, as if the tconf was not happy with HW_INT4. Then, in some DSP/BIOS doc (refman), i understood
this has to be HW_TINT ..... but this also didnt succeeded. Basically i always get the same tconf error
"cannot assign "fxn' of undefined to timerHwiHandler (this is my handler).
Note also that, i am under Linux, so cannot use the graphical gconf under windows.
Is there anything special with Timer1 ?
Have you ever read these slides?Workshop Student Guide PDFWorkshop Lab Manual PDF
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In reply to Hossein Forouzani:
thanks for he reply. No i didn't know about these slides .... I read them just know, unfortunately they are not talking
at all about C55xx (although a lot still aply and can be inferred) .... and they do not even touch (unless I didn't read well) to
using the .tcf and tconf manually ..
But i would say, I would have loved to have this training before starting the project :)
In reply to Jacques Samoun:
Jacques,Please see this previous thread for some guidance on your issue. e2e.ti.com/.../379354 Lali
In reply to Lalindra Jayatilleke:
that's interesting ... this was not documented unfortunately.
That is solving my issue,
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