[Speex-dev] question about speex

Jim Crichton jim.crichton at comcast.net
Mon Oct 29 06:30:17 PDT 2007

It was a good idea for you to ask this question, because I do not think that you would have any success with the linux command line build.

There is a TI directory in the main source tree, which contains a CCS project for building a .out file, using the testenc-c5x.c example main file.  This example loads and runs directly in the CCS simulator.  There is a README.TI-DSP file in the top level directory with more information.

This has not yet been tested with the latest restructuring that Jean-Marc has done, but I should just work on 1.2beta 2.  I can give you some further help, but please review the sample build and readme first.  Also, please indicate what problem you are trying to solve, and what processor you want/need to use.


Jim Crichton
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: daryoosh goal 
  To: speex-dev at xiph.org 
  Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2007 1:36 PM
  Subject: [Speex-dev] question about speex

  Dear Sir\Madam; 
  Thanks for your source codes. 
  You mentioned that your speex source code can be compiled for ti-c54 family; but you use linux command-line as following to compile speex for C54 family: 
  % ./configure -prefix=<path> -enable-ti-c55x 
  % make 
  % make install 
  Is it true?! Then what is the output file for loading on DSP chip (C54)?? As I remember the compiled file for C5x family was *.out file. Does this command produce *.out file? 
  In other words, isn't need to make a project which includes speex source code in "Code Composer Studio" which is dedicated to c5x (and other TI DSPs)? 
  Please guide me what I must do step by step for using speex on C54? 

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