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VisualDSP++ and Tcl

Started by Jacek February 20, 2004
Hi,

Some times ago I asked about possibilties to have tools to load program into
sharc memory (ezkit with USB interface). I know that this is not easy
because I don't have specification of usb debugging protocol. In vdsp
documentation there is information that user can call VDSP from command line
and and run tcl script using "idde -f  <tclscript>. VisualDSP main
application is created and shown.
Is it possible to hide VDSP window? If not, does exist other interface to
VDSP?

regards
Jacek



"Jacek" <jacek@jacek.pl> wrote in message
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> Hi, > > Some times ago I asked about possibilties to have tools to load program
into
> sharc memory (ezkit with USB interface). I know that this is not easy > because I don't have specification of usb debugging protocol. In vdsp > documentation there is information that user can call VDSP from command
line
> and and run tcl script using "idde -f <tclscript>. VisualDSP main > application is created and shown. > Is it possible to hide VDSP window? If not, does exist other interface to > VDSP?
If all you want to do is compile and link - they are available from the command line. Other than that I don't believe there are any API type interfaces exposed to VDSP.
> > regards > Jacek > > >