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Is there a System Services equivalent for the blackfin gcc (bare metal) compiler?

Question asked by WayneUroda on Nov 22, 2011
Latest reply on Nov 25, 2011 by CraigG



I am familiar with VisualDSP++'s system services, such as the dymanic power management service for setting the voltage regulator and the core clock PLL for the blackfin processors.


My question: is there an equivalent set of libraries/modules/code for the blackfin gcc bare metal toolchain?


Failing that, visual dsp++ comes with source code for all of the system services (including the dynamic power management service) - does anyone know exactly what kind of licence this code is given under?


I have seen the following in ADI header files:



Copyright(c) 2004 Analog Devices, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This software is proprietary and confidential.  By using this software you agree
to the terms of the associated Analog Devices License Agreement. 



but I am not sure which license agreement they are referring to.


The C files have something like this at the top:



* Copyright(c) 2004 Analog Devices, Inc. All Rights Reserved. ADI Confidential.


* adi_pwr.c


* Description:    Dynamic Power Management Module

* Copyright:    Analog Devices (c) 2004

* Owner:        Analog Devices





- Wayne