Is there an easy way to redirect output using printf(...) to the on-board (BF537 EXLITE kit) UART insted of the Console window.
Alternatively, is there a way to speed-up the output. It seems to have a 1hz output rate.
This is an often requested feature and I hope to have this implemented in a future release. However, it is not yet on the roadmap, so it will not be available in the near future.
Thanks for the feedback.
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trexeng wrote: Is there an easy way to redirect output using printf(...) to the on-board (BF537 EXLITE kit) UART insted of the Console window. Alternatively, is there a way to speed-up the output. It seems to have a 1hz output rate.
The Blackfin Compiler and Run-Time Library Manual details how to extend I/O support to new devices, using an extensible device driver mechanism.
Please take a look at the Compiler and Run-Time Library Manual, which is available via the link below. From page 3-43 it discusses the extension of the I/O support to a new device.
But I was hoping for an EASY answer!
I read that, but it looks like I actually have to create the driver for doing this?
Other dev kits (not from ADI) usually have a #define or even a HW jumper to allow for redirecting the printf output to the RS232(UART) port.
Will ADI do this in the future?
while redirecting stdio is obviously elegant solution, wouldn't sprintf be a good solution for now ?
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