Port to Dev Kit

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    Schief1010
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    I’m current working with a the PC emulator. However, we’ve recently have gotten hold of several OMAP Zooms.

    What changes would be necessary to port compile/port a demo over to the zoom (assuming we’ve installed the necessary fs and drivers).

    #32177

    Gordon
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    To port the SDK applications to this platform you need the PVRShell from the appropriate SDK that should be available from the board supplier (TI in this case). Please contact them for this SDK.

    #32178

    Schief1010
    Member

    Are you referring to acquiring the appropriate OS-specific PVRShells files for on OS put on the device?

    or would TI have an entirely different shell.

    #32179

    Gordon
    Moderator

    Sorry – my initial answer may have been a bit misleading/oversimplified:

    We can’t legally supply you with an
    SDK directly or (while it’s not freely available) comment on exactly what’s in TI’s SDK as they release
    it. As TI distribute the SDK for this device it is possible they may have changed it so that PVRShell is not present – we don’t work with their SDK here so I can’t say for certain.

    That said, it’s most likely the case that a PVRShell (or very similar) for this
    specific platform will be in the SDK and then porting from one of our SDKs to this device
    should be straightforward. The first step for you is to contact TI for their SDK. If you have trouble with it then they may be able to help you or you can ask here – it’s possible we may be able to answer your questions.

    I hope this makes things more clear.

    #32180

    DDd
    Member

    just my 2 cents…

    In terms of changes necessary, you may have to modify the pvrshell to call the appropriate APIs on the OMAP device, if this is not provided by the vendor already. Depending on windowing device and other particularities of that platform. It should not be much trouble, at most a couple of days work Smile

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