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CCES too slow in simulator mode ?

Question asked by yakku on Apr 5, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 7, 2014 by CraigG

While I wait for my ez-kit lite board, i started off testing my C-codes in simulator mode of CCES. The code just doesn't seem to stop running. Is this expected ? All I am doing is some floating point matrix multiplication (size 213x88).

 

I tried running the adsp wav utitlity  on the default audio, it took close to 10 minutes to process the 5 second audio.

Am I doing anything wrong.?

 

I have a 3.3GHz i5 processor, and 8 GB ram PC.

 

I found some answers online, I am guessing all these answers are still valid. CraigG  let me know if it has changed.

 

1. If you are using a Blackfin processor, we provide a 'Compiled Simulator' as well as the 'cycle accurate simulator'. The Compiled simulator is much faster than the cycle accurate simulator.

 

2. CrossCore Embedded Studio does not have separate Compiled and Cycle Accurate Simulators as VisualDSP++ did.There are no plans to include a compiled simulator in CCES.

 

 

I am using a BF-533. So that means I'll just have to wait till i get my ez-kit lite board.?

 

 

 

Thanks,

Sharath

 

Message was edited by: Sharath Adavanne

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