how to rewrite a simple vdk?
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hello! thanks for your help! i am study using DSP （blackfin）.however ，before i write codes is easily （without VDK,i try to use VDK but FAILED！），I know that if use VDK the program would be more sufficient！ and i like programing 。I also know that if use VDK the program will sufficient。i download some code from Internet （about VDK） so i want to lean write VDK ，improve the quality of my program before。 kernel is also important in other project。 first i want to know the task i need to practice for fist step to learn to write VDK.
I would recommend starting with the VDK Manual, which can be located in the VisualDSP++ Help under 'Contents: Manuals: Software Tool Manuals', which provides a reference for the VDK.
Additionally, we provide a number of examples with VisualDSP++ that demonstrate use of the kernel. These examples can be found in "...\Blackfin\Examples\No Hardware Required\" and, in many cases, "...\Blackfin\Examples\<EZ-KIT Lite>\VDK\".
If you encounter any specific difficulties implementing a VDK application, please let us know.
i want more code(vdk)! I want to write system code to my project 。that file only have many application code （ service function）。
we can really only again direct you to the examples provided with VisualDSP++ as a reference point. These are located at "...\Blackfin\Examples\". Other useful learning resources are our Visual Learning on Demand presentations:
Many of our Application Notes include example code, and may cover topics of interest you to:
If you are combining System Services and VDK; all of our LwIP examples combine System Services, Devices Drivers and VDK. Please also see the section "RTOS Considerations" in Chapter 1 of the Device Drivers and System Services Manual for Blackfin Processors:
Of course the purpose of the EngineerZone is for support, so if you encounter any difficulties, and have any specific questions when developing your application(s), please do not hesitate to ask.
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