you should create a secondaty linker command file (let say test.cmd)
The first thing to do in this command file is including the command file
followed by your user specified memory sections.
You must then remove the DSP/BIOS generated command file from the Code Composer
use test.cmd instead.
This is the way of doing it according to some TI example and it works for me.
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If I create a DSP/BIOS configuration file, the code composer also
generates a linker command file. I have some user specific memory
section which I add manually into the linker command file. If I change
the DSP/BIOS configuration file, the linker command file will also be
changed and my user specific memory section are overwritten.
Where can I define this user specific memory section in the way that
they will not be overwritten each time I change my DSP/BIOS
Thanks in advance.
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Re: [c6x] DSP/BIOS II
Started by ●October 3, 2000