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Part Number: TMS320C5534
My app is using a C55x and the development envSV7, Linux, DSP/BIOS 5.42. As am Linux, the graphical gconf utility is not available :( so i am editing manually
my .tcf file. The problem is, there are quite a lot of things that are available as "checkbox options" in gconf and juts unvailable in Linux, for example
the CLK manager (i discovered it the hard way ...). So, is there a file which i could manually alter and would replace what gconf is doing ?RAM is too small
and I have to manually edit the generated .cmd each time I am re-building from scratch the project.
Is there a way to specify (like in the gconf config panel) that the C secitions should go to SARAM instead ?
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Jacques,I don't recall anything that can be done in gconf, and can't be done in a script.What problem specifically have you had with CLK?
As for C sections, look into the documentation for C55, the file is named spru404.pdf. Find Section "MEM Module", and there is a subsection Compiler Sections Tab.You'll see there that you can allocate .text with a statement like this one:bios.MEM.TEXTSEG = prog.get("SARAM");
The same goes for other C sections.
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