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DSPF_sp_biquad.asm

Started by jalv1039 March 27, 2009
Hi all,
I am developing a c program under Code Composer Studio v3.3.38.2.
It worked well until I used this function: DSPF_sp_biquad. I included the
header file (DSPF_sp_biquad.h), but seems it is not enough.
This function is defined in the SPRU657B library.
Do anyone how to solve it?

The message I got is:
"Code Composer Studio could not locate:
DSPF_sp_biquad.asm
Would you like to browse for it?"

Thanks,

Jordi


jalv1039 wrote:
> Hi all, > I am developing a c program under Code Composer Studio v3.3.38.2. > It worked well until I used this function: DSPF_sp_biquad. I included the > header file (DSPF_sp_biquad.h), but seems it is not enough. > This function is defined in the SPRU657B library. > Do anyone how to solve it? > > The message I got is: > "Code Composer Studio could not locate: > DSPF_sp_biquad.asm > Would you like to browse for it?"
Can *you* locate "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm"? If so, tell the compiler. If not, see what library needs to be loaded. Jerry -- Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get. �����������������������������������������������������������������������
> >Can *you* locate "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm"? If so, tell the compiler. If not,
>see what library needs to be loaded. > >Jerry
No, I can't. Moreover, I tested this function in a test program and it works well, I mean it doesn't appear that message. I am not an expert in DSP, so I don't understand why it appears in the main program and not in the test program. Jordi
jalv1039 wrote:
>> Can *you* locate "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm"? If so, tell the compiler. If not, > >> see what library needs to be loaded. >> >> Jerry > > No, I can't. Moreover, I tested this function in a test program and it > works well, I mean it doesn't appear that message. I am not an expert in > DSP, so I don't understand why it appears in the main program and not in > the test program.
This has nothing* to do with DSP. it is a matter of writing code and managing the compiler's resources. Jerry ______________________________ * Well, alright. It's a tool/skill needed to get DSP done, but it isn't DSP. -- Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get. �����������������������������������������������������������������������
>jalv1039 wrote: >>> Can *you* locate "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm"? If so, tell the compiler. If
not,
>> >>> see what library needs to be loaded. >>> >>> Jerry >> >> No, I can't. Moreover, I tested this function in a test program and it >> works well, I mean it doesn't appear that message. I am not an expert
in
>> DSP, so I don't understand why it appears in the main program and not
in
>> the test program. > >This has nothing* to do with DSP. it is a matter of writing code and >managing the compiler's resources. > >Jerry >______________________________ >* Well, alright. It's a tool/skill needed to get DSP done, but it isn't
DSP.
>-- >Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get. >����������������������������������������������������������������������� >
Ok, but I did the same in both programs and in the test it works properly and in the other it shows the message :S. Any suggestion? Jordi
jalv1039 wrote:
>> jalv1039 wrote: >>>> Can *you* locate "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm"? If so, tell the compiler. If > not, >>>> see what library needs to be loaded. >>>> >>>> Jerry >>> No, I can't. Moreover, I tested this function in a test program and it >>> works well, I mean it doesn't appear that message. I am not an expert > in >>> DSP, so I don't understand why it appears in the main program and not > in >>> the test program. >> This has nothing* to do with DSP. it is a matter of writing code and >> managing the compiler's resources. >> >> Jerry >> ______________________________ >> * Well, alright. It's a tool/skill needed to get DSP done, but it isn't > DSP. >> -- >> Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get. >> > > Ok, but I did the same in both programs and in the test it works properly > and in the other it shows the message :S. Any suggestion?
It's not a place I've specifically been. Find out where in your directory heirarchy "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm" is locates and tell the linker -- browse to it -- when it asks. Jerry -- Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get. �����������������������������������������������������������������������
>jalv1039 wrote: >>> jalv1039 wrote: >>>>> Can *you* locate "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm"? If so, tell the compiler. If >> not, >>>>> see what library needs to be loaded. >>>>> >>>>> Jerry >>>> No, I can't. Moreover, I tested this function in a test program and
it
>>>> works well, I mean it doesn't appear that message. I am not an
expert
>> in >>>> DSP, so I don't understand why it appears in the main program and
not
>> in >>>> the test program. >>> This has nothing* to do with DSP. it is a matter of writing code and >>> managing the compiler's resources. >>> >>> Jerry >>> ______________________________ >>> * Well, alright. It's a tool/skill needed to get DSP done, but it
isn't
>> DSP.
Ok, I will try to do that. Hope it works. Thanks Jordi
>>> -- >>> Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can
get.
>>> >> >> Ok, but I did the same in both programs and in the test it works
properly
>> and in the other it shows the message :S. Any suggestion? > >It's not a place I've specifically been. Find out where in your >directory heirarchy "DSPF_sp_biquad.asm" is locates and tell the linker >-- browse to it -- when it asks. > >Jerry >-- >Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get. >����������������������������������������������������������������������� >