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StarterWare is a free software development package that provides no-OS platform support for ARM and DSP TI processors. StarterWare includes Device Abstraction Layer (DAL) libraries and example applications that demonstrate the capabilities of the peripherals on the TI processors. StarterWare also provides pre-built binaries for quick evaluation on the target.
StarterWare is intended to support multiple processors of the TI SoC family, but support may be added in phases. The supported list of processors and the associated device abstraction layer of the peripherals as part of the library is mentioned in the release notes for every release.
This page captures and summarizes the documentation available for various StarterWare product releases.
Current StarterWare Releases
|Product Release||Current Version||SoCs Supported||Download Link||Quick Start Guide||Getting Started Guide||Release Notes||User Guide|
|01.00||01.00.03.03||AM1808||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|01.10||01.10.03.03||OMAPL138||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|01.20||01.20.03.03||C6748||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|02.00||02.00.00.07||AM335X||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
For older releases: Click Here
- StarterWare Forum on TI E2E
- StarterWare for DSP + ARM Devices
- StarterWare for Sitara ARM-based Processors
- StarterWare for C6000 DSP Devices
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