It's here! The download is 39,131,106 bytes.|
Another improvement not mentioned here is that we can finally use the optimizer
without disabling debugging. So you can debug optimized code.
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> From: DSPTools <>
> Subject: VisualDSP++ release 2.0 for the SHARC DSP family is now available
> ! Free Upgrade!
> Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 10:35:13 -0500
The Analog Devices DSP Tools Product Line is pleased to announce VisualDSP++
release 2.0 for the SHARC DSP family is now available. You may download the
latest release from the ADI web site at:
http://www.analog.com/industry/dsp/tools/fixes_sharc.html. Please read the
readme file found on the upgrade page and see instructions below for
upgrading from 1.0 to 2.0.
VisualDSP++ release 2.0 for the SHARC DSP family contains a number of new
features and enhancements. Most notable of the new features:
This release marks the introduction of the VisualDSP++ Kernel (VDK) to the
SHARC processor platform. The VDK is a lightweight kernel (operating system)
that provides thread creation and deletion, semaphores, events, etc. for
embedded applications. The primary design driver of the VDK was small size.
The VDK is fully integrated into the IDE's project build and debug
mechanisms. A new user's guide has been provided that explains the VDK's API
and its usage. Example applications are also provided. The Integrated Development Environment (IDE) merges the capabilities that
used to be found in separate IDE and debugger applications. The new IDE will
allow users to switch between editing and debugging tasks without switching
between applications. To help users manage their screen real estate, the IDE
includes a new facility for quickly switching between ten "workspaces"
(window layouts). It is recommended that users use a different workspace for
each type of task they will be performing (e.g., editing, source language
debugging, plotting, profiling, etc.).
In response to a number of customer requests, ADI has modified the licensing
model for VisualDSP++ beginning with the 2.0 release. VisualDSP++ is now
licensed on a per-user basis rather than per-machine. This change means
that the same VisualDSP++ serial number may be utilized on multiple
computers as long as only one user will be using that license. For example,
you are now able to install VisualDSP++ on both your work and home
computers. The license verification mechanism on the Analog Devices web site
will allow your license to be activated on multiple machines. Limitation:
User will only be allowed to register a serial number up to three times.
This change is retroactive to all previous DSP tools releases from ADI; any
existing license is now a per-user license.
Upgrading from 1.0 to 2.0
Present customers upgrading from VisualDSP 1.0 to 2.0 should follow the
below procedure to properly install VisualDSP++ release 2.0:
1) Back up license.dat file
2) Uninstall 1.0 (removal is recommended)
3) Reboot your system between uninstalling the old version and installing
the new release
4) Install VisualDSP++ 2.0
5) Replace license.dat file
Note: Should you delete the license.dat file you will need reinstall your
original license and then re-register at the ADI web site.
Thank you for your continued support.
The Analog Devices DSP Tools Product Line
CROSSCORE, Analog Devices DSP Development Tools
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Interesting. But the only thing I get when trying to download from the html page (http://www.analog.com/industry/dsp/tools/fixes_sharc.html) is dialog standing for a not available site.
Maybe downloading from their web site. Today morning I saw it, but was lazy to download. On the ftp site appears it is the size you wrote, but on the web page appears it is pretty bigger: 52.5 MB
Kenneth Porter <k...@kensingtonlabs.com> wrote:
It's here! The download is 39,131,106 bytes.
Jaime Andr Aranguren Cardona
On Thu, 8 Nov 2001 11:54:02 -0800 (PST), Jaime Andres Aranguren Cardona|
> Interesting. But the only thing I get when trying to download from the html
page (http://www.analog.com/industry/dsp/tools/fixes_sharc.html) is dialog
standing for a not available site.
I just downloaded it from the web page, so it's definitely there.
> Maybe downloading from their web site. Today morning I saw it, but was lazy to
download. On the ftp site appears it is the size you wrote, but on the web page
appears it is pretty bigger: 52.5 MB
Might be that the person composing the web page was given a wrong
number before the file was ready for release. That might be the
uncompressed size after installation. At least it errs on the
I just downloaded it. The link works for me and it's 38,214kB in size.
They changed the licensing method as well. That will make it easier to do the
hard drive upgrade that is coming very soon.
Yeah, guys, you are completely right! But just a couple of hours ago, and from another computer, it was impossible.
I'll download it right now!!!
Marcell Stoer <m...@uvic.ca> wrote:
Jaime Andr Aranguren Cardona