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Simulator not supported on CCES ? And other features lost...

Question asked by Julien on Sep 11, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 16, 2013 by CraigG

Hi Analog,

 

There are some features that seem to have disappeared since the IDE has been changed to Eclipse, but maybe they are still there, hidden behind some menu. I use the last version of CCES (1.0.2.0). Any suggestions for:

 

- Using the simulator (apparently not available for BF609 ????)

- Using the mixed view vs source view of VDSP (for code optimization)

- Displaying images from the memory (e.g. YUV...)

- Statistical profiler (not possible to optimize the code without that)

 

Also, I have some video processing C++ code running on PC, using the C+11 standard (this standard enables more optimal and more readable C+ code). However, it seems that the compiler in the new IDE only support the old C+98 standard. Is the support for C+11 forecasted in CCES? If yes, when do you think it could be available?

 

Thanks for any information,

 

Regards,

 

Julien

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