> stack" that can be manipulated with bios.MEM.STACKSIZE and
> bios.MEM.STACKSEG. What is the "global stack" used for?
> b. Where does the C compiler stack get initialized prior to main()?
> c. Tasks (and probably other threads) have their own stacks, but
> what stack does DSP/BIOS use for it's own execution? For example,
> inside a TSK_switch() call, there must be a "system" stack - where
> does this stack reside and what sets its size?
> d. From which heap or stack does DSP/BIOS take memory from for
> dynamically-created objects, such as semaphores and tasks?
> This is DSP/BIOS 5.33.06 under CCS 3.3 SR 11.
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