The RM lets the system integrator mark a clear separation between resources available for use by the DSPs and those available for use by Linux running on the ARM.
When included in a system the RM LLD allows supported LLDs to callout to the RM LLD for resource permission verification.
The following documents provide information on the various development tools available to you.
Short video on the C66x Lite Evaluation Module, the cost-efficient development tool from Texas Instruments that enables developers to quickly get started working on designs for C66x multicore DSPs based on the Key Stone architecture.
It contains device-specific software consisting of a Chip Support Library (CSL) and Low Level Drivers (LLD) for various peripherals; both the CSLs and LLDs include example projects and examples within the relevant directories which can be used with CCS.
It also contains the transport (NIMU), platform library, platform/EVM specific software, applications, CCS configuration files and other board-specific collaterals.
The Resource Manager definitions are present in pdk_C####_#_#_#_#/packages/ti/platform/resource_mgr.h header file.For example, TMS320C6678 refers to the C6678 DSP processor and TMDSEVM6678L refers to the actual hardware EVM that the processor is on.The latest BIOS MCSDK Release supports the following Texas Instrument devices/platforms: This video training module provides an overview of the multicore So C software for C66x devices.The software provided is intended to be used as a reference when starting their development.It is expected the user has gone through the EVM Quick Start Guide provided with their EVM and have booted the out-of-box demonstration application flashed on the device.