[music-dsp] RE: music-dsp-digest V1 #1656
ethan.bordeaux at analog.com
Thu Sep 26 10:14:08 EDT 2002
hey, the only guys i know of who design dsp hardware tools for linux is this:
another option is to buy one the of cheap development kits, they typically come
with the IDE/debugger which is fully functional but tied to that specific piece
of hardware. should be fine if your just testing out some hypothesis/messing
around, but when you want to design a product to sell, you'll most likely need
to to buy the full set of tools.
oh and motorola bought metrowerks, so i believe their dev tools are under
codewarrior IDE and are equally expensive (though for some reason i thought they
had cheap/free tools available too)...
> Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 16:21:04 -0700
> From: oCeLoT <ocelot at ceibarec.com>
> Subject: [music-dsp] open source ide for dsp hardware?
> list newbie here...
> does anyone know of any open source IDE's for popular dsp
> So far: i know i will need a 32 bit floating point capable dsp.
> I am well aware of CodeComposer for TI devices (3grand)
> I am well aware of whatever Analog Devices sells for an IDE (I forget
> the name- also about 3 grand)
> I am not aware of what Motorola provides for an IDE for their dsp's.
> I seek some sort of IDE or at the very least,
> toolkits-opcodeReference-pinCorrespondance etc...for Linux or
> other *nix
> host environments.
> I would like to able to target DSP's on the PCI bus as this
> will allow
> for cross-development and will accomodate the final product
> as well.
> Any advice or tips graciously accepted (with the exception of
> "you are
> Thank You so Much!
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> *Aaron Peacock*
> aaron at chaishop.com
> ocelot at ceibarec.com
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