Processor SDK RTOS Directory Structure

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RTOS Software Developer Guide Directory Structure





Overview

The Processor SDK for RTOS contain a number of software components, including a top-level RTOS SDK directory. These components are all installed in one common install path specified when running the installer.

NOTE

Not all components are applicable on all platforms.


Software Component Directories

Here is a sample directory layout for the AM57x RTOS SDK:

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Processor-SDK Directory

The Processor SDK for RTOS contains a top-level RTOS SDK directory:

 [SDK Install Path]/processor_sdk_rtos_<platform>_<version>/

The default SDK Install Path is C:\TI for Windows and /home/[user]/ti for Linux.

This directory contains the following top-level directories and files; here is an example for AM57x:

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These directories contain the collateral and tools applicable for RTOS:

  • bin - Contains the helper scripts for configuring the host system and target device. Based on EVM capability, examples include scripts to create an SD card with an RTOS application, script to flash EVM with bootable application
  • demos - Contains demonstrations that implements interesting features. Additionally, these demonstrations serve as a template to start writing an application
  • docs - Contains various documentation such as the software manifest and release notes
  • prebuilt-sdcards - Contains prebuilt SD card images that can be copied to an SD card and used to load the EVM (AM3, AM4, AM5 only)
  • prebuilt-images - Contains prebuilt images to flash images to write to EVM flash (K2x only)
  • makefile - Provides build targets for SDK components from the top-level of the SDK
  • setupenv.bat - Configures the user Windows host system to prepare to invoke the makefile
  • setupenv.sh - Configures the user Linux host system to prepare to invoke the makefile


Components Included in SDK

The following is a list of all components that may be included in the Processor-SDK RTOS SDK installer. See Release Notes for applicable components for a specific platform.

Development Host Content

  • CG_XML - Perl scripts used to process the XML files that come from the TI code generation tools
  • XDC Tools - XDCtools contains all of the tools for reusable software components, optimized for real-time embedded systems
  • ARM GCC Compiler - GNU GCC ARM contains runtime libraries and cross-compilers used for ARM development
  • TI ARM Compiler - TI ARM code generation tools, including C/C++ compiler, linker, and run-time-support libraries
  • TI C6000 Compiler - TI C6X code generation tools, including C/C++ compiler, linker, and run-time-support libraries
  • TI PRU Compiler - TI PRU code generation tools, including C/C++ compiler, linker, and run-time-support libraries

Target Content

  • CTOOLSLIB - C6x DSP software libraries to use trace/instrumentation hardware blocks on SOC (e.g., ETB, AET, STM)
  • DSPLIB - Optimized C6x DSP function library for C programmers
  • EDMA3-LLD - EDMA3 low level driver that supports data transfers between two memory mapped devices
  • FC: Framework Components is comprised of XDAIS algorithm resource managers and functional interfaces
  • FFTLIB - Optimized C6x DSP Fast Fourier Transform function library for C programmers
  • IMGLIB - Optimized C6x DSP image and video processing function library for C programmers
  • IPC - InterProcess Communication mechanisms including message passing, streams, and linked lists, which work transparently in both uniprocessor and multiprocessor configurations
  • LIBARCH - Library architecture framework used by other C6x DSP optimized libraries
  • LINALG - Optimized C6x DSP dense linear algebra function library for C programmers
  • MATHLIB - Optimized C6x DSP floating-point math function library for C programmers
  • MPM - Multiproc Manager C6x DSP component provides services to MPM Linux module to load and manage remote processors
  • NDK - Network Development Kit package provides an example network stack that runs on the TI-RTOS kernel
  • OPENCL - OpenCL is a framework for writing programs that execute across heterogeneous systems
  • OPENMP - OpenMP Runtime implements support for the OpenMP API specification, a standard for shared memory parallel programming
  • PDK - Platform Development Kit that includes Chip Support Libarary (CSL), Low Level Drivers (LLD), Boot, Diagnostics, and other functions
  • SYS/BIOS - TI-RTOS kernel, a real-time operating system that provides pre-emptive deterministic multithreading
  • UIA - Unified Instrumentation Architecture (UIA) APIs and transports allow embedded software to log trace/event instrumentation data that can be visualized in CCS
  • XDAIS - XDAIS (eXpress DSP Algorithm Interoperability Standard) provides the rules and guidelines necessary to enable integration and execution of algorithms