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  1. Hello, I am doing wavelet transformation in C code using GSL-2.1 Library. I have done it successfully in CCSv6.1 with TI v16.3.0 STS compiler. My most of the other codes are in Energia since I have found it very easy to use. Now I am trying to interface GSL-2.1 with Energia but getting some errors. Let me explain first how I am adding library to Energia Downloaded GSL lib from here and extracted it. copied all .h files in new folder GSL_wavelet as well as in new gsl folder copied all c files related to wavelet and linked files in GSL_wavelet then paste GSL_wavelet in cc3200/libraries and placed gsl folder in energia-0101E0015\hardware\cc3200\cores\cc3200 folder then wrote the following code to test the DWT #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> #include <math.h> #include <gsl/gsl_errno.h> #include <gsl/gsl_vector.h> #include <gsl/gsl_blas.h> #include <gsl/gsl_test.h> #include <gsl/gsl_wavelet.h> #include <gsl/gsl_wavelet2d.h> #include <gsl_wavelet.h> //#include<wavelet.c> //#include<daubechies.c> //#include<error.c> //#include<stream.c> gsl_wavelet *w; gsl_wavelet_workspace *work; w = gsl_wavelet_alloc(gsl_wavelet_daubechies,4); work = gsl_wavelet_workspace_alloc(256); void setup() { } void loop() { } it is very simple code. I wrote it only for test whether lib is working or not. The files which I copied in libraries is same as which are working with CCSv6.1, however, I am getting following error [C:\Users\LaxmiKant\OneDrive\Project\energia-0101E0015\hardware\tools\lm4f\bin\arm-none-eabi-g++, -c, -Os, -w, -fno-rtti, -fno-exceptions, -ffunction-sections, -fdata-sections, -mthumb, -mcpu=cortex-m4, -DF_CPU=80000000L, -MMD, -DARDUINO=101, -DENERGIA=15, -IC:\Users\LaxmiKant\OneDrive\Project\energia-0101E0015\hardware\cc3200\cores\cc3200, -IC:\Users\LaxmiKant\OneDrive\Project\energia-0101E0015\hardware\cc3200\variants\launchpad, -IC:\Users\LaxmiKant\OneDrive\Project\energia-0101E0015\hardware\cc3200\libraries\wavelet, C:\Users\LAXMIK~1\AppData\Local\Temp\build1071701420128820851.tmp\dwt2.cpp, -o, C:\Users\LAXMIK~1\AppData\Local\Temp\build1071701420128820851.tmp\dwt2.cpp.o] dwt2.ino:19:1: error: 'w' does not name a type dwt2.ino:20:1: error: 'work' does not name a type perhaps I need some modification to make it working with Energia but I am clueless. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. Hi all, I contact you because I want to create a file ti.txt but I don't know which Platform use. Somebody can to tell me how to do that. Thank you
  3. I had a look to TI-RTOS and it looks really nice. A lot of useful stuff, (SYS/BIOS, FatFs, USB stack, TCP/IP stack) and everything using FOSS licenses. Really cool. Anyone using it in here? The problem I have with it, is that it is supposed to be used with Code Composer Studio. TI-RTOS package comes with all the components mentioned above, and also with a set of tools called XDCtools. XDCtools contain a lot of binaries and Eclipse plugins that are automatically integrated with CCS. These tools are mainly used to configure SYS/BIOS components and browse the status of objects (semaphores, tasks, etc). I could try building the libraries using GNU toolchain, but I don't know if they will be really useful if we are not able to use XDCtools. Could XDCtools be integrated Eclipse, the same way they are in CCS? Any Eclipse gurus here? And if XDCtools cannot be integrated in Eclipse, is it possible to use TI-RTOS without using XDCtools? (even if we lose the graphical configuration tools and the debugging tools).
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