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Part Number: TMS320C5534
I am writing FW on a C5534 using DSP/BIOS 5.42, and am reviewing all teh clocks, reset etc to make
my FW embeddable.
What is the importance of 55x platforms having the following line in nearly any .gel reference file for C ?
*(short *)IVPD = 0x027F; // Load interrupt vector pointer
What i don't understand is, what is thes 0x027F address, as none of the DSP/BIOS handled vectors are
located there, but rather to the more standard 0x00FF location. Furthermore, if I break immediately after start, i can see
that the IVPD/H are set to 0x00FF, so this 0x027F has disappeared. I assume this is rewrittent by the c_int00 runtime.
So, really, why is the .gel bothering in setting it at all ?
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