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Part Number: TDA2
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
We use TAD2x Hardware platform, VisionSDK 3_03, all Bios system, DSP compiler ti-cgt-c6000_8.1.3.
We have an algorithm run on DSP2 within a link.
When the DSP2 's program was loaded into DDR and started run from __c_init00, the DSP2 will crash before main() was called (I debug it by JTAG).
There is no error when I compile it.
When I comment off all the call of our algorithm functions in the link 's "_init: and "_process", DSP2 starts OK.
This algorithm runs fine on TDA2x 's DSP1 with visionSDK 2_10, DSP compiler ti-cgt-c6000_8.1.3.
Please help me!
The DSP2's binary and map file was attached.tda2xx-evm_DSP2_binary_map_file.rar
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