[Speex-dev] Compiling libspeex for Blackfin
Adriano Vilela Barbosa
adriano_vilela at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 4 06:10:38 PDT 2005
First, I would like to thank for the prompt reply.
Basically, what I have to do is to run a speex coder/decoder on a
Blackfin processor, on top of the microC/OS II kernel. I wish I could
use uclinux, since I'm familiar with Linux, but this doesn't depend on
You said that the assembly code is written for gcc, not for
VisualDSP++. Furthermore, in the link you sent me, the instructions
refer to compiling for gcc & uclinux. Based on this, I have some
1. Is it possible to compile the library in VisualDSP++? If so, do I
have to generate a makefile or there is some way of using the makefile
used by gcc?
2. Can I compile the library using the gcc toolchain available at
http://blackfin.uclinux.org/ and use it even if the the coder (which
will use the library functions) is not going to be run on uclinux?
I really appreciate your help. Thank you very much.
--- Jean-Marc Valin <Jean-Marc.Valin at USherbrooke.ca> escreveu:
> I think the (small) readme has been accidentally omitted from the
> tarball. You can get it at
> Note however that all the assembly is written for gcc, not
> Le jeudi 29 septembre 2005 à 21:24 +0000, Adriano Vilela Barbosa a
> écrit :
> > Hi all,
> > I'm trying to run speex on the Blackfin processor. I'm not familiar
> > with programming/compiling/linking at all, but I guess the first
> > I need is libspeex compiled for Blackfin, so that my program can
> > the library functions. I've downloaded the source files (version
> > 1.1.10) from www.speex.org and I've been trying to compile libspeex
> > from within VisualDSP++, but it has not worked so far. I wonder if
> > somebody could give me some hint on this issue.
> > Any help will be very welcome.
> > Thank you guys very much in advance,
> > Adriano
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