Is there going to be a C++/C compiler for SHARC+ for Linux? Will there be support for Eclipse for 64 bit?
at this point we don't have any definite plans to support SHARC+ in the Linux hosted CCES.
The full release of CCES on Linux later this year will be specifically focused on Linux application development for ADSP-SC58x.
As for 64-bit Linux, I believe that the current 32-bit product should work under 64-bit. Ideally with Ubuntu 14.04.
We haven't tested this. Likewise, it should work on other 32-bit flavours of Linux that are close in version to Ubuntu 14.04.
We are assessing the need for a 64-bit product at present. If this is an important feature for you, please do let us know.
The only issue I've found is was eclipse does not work; compiling u-boot, kernel, etc works on 64-bit. Have not tried opencod yet.
64 bit is the preferred; It would be great if CCES i.e SHARC+. I'm using VirtualBox with WIN10 to host CCES for Windows and XP for VirtualDSP+ on a Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
Another vote for 64 bit OS support, and preferably Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Chrome, for instance, no longer supports a 32 bit Linux OS. Not having SHARC+ on Linux isn't impacting us at the moment, as the SHARC development and ARM development are being done separately anyway, but they've got to meet in the middle at some point.
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