Could CCES do everything VisualDSP++ does? Seems that CCES is cheaper than VisualDSP++
I think CCES is cheaper than VDSP++ because CCES don't support VDK and CCES base on Eclipse IDE.
CCES has the different interrupt model.
For example, CCES has not built-in support super fast interrupt which use the shadow register set.
Thanks Bookevg for your help
Thanks for the input bookevg.
CrossCore Embedded Studio is cheaper not just because VDK is not a part of it, but because we have split the tool chain out from the additional elements such as a USB stack, operating system, etc. In VisualDSP++, the cost of the tools included the cost of the USB stack, Operating System, File System Service, etc, whether you used them or not.
In CCES, the product is just the tool chain, so it is cheaper. Additional components such as the uC/USB Device Stack, uC/OS-III/II RTOS, uC/FS need to be licensed separately for those that require them.
There isn't currently feature-parity between CCES and VisualDSP++, though. As bookevg states above, there is a different interrupt model for SHARC processors, and some IDDE features that were present in VisualDSP++ have not been ported yet.
If you have a specific requirement, and are not sure whether CCES or VisualDSP++ best fits these needs, please ask and we can advise further. In the mean time, I would recommend taking a quick look over this FAQ:CrossCore® Embedded Studio – Getting Started
Thank you GraigG.
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