This is very good news from TI.
On Dec 5, 8:43 pm, "Kridner, Jason" <j...@ti.com> wrote:
> TI is continuing to make our devices more and more open. In addition to the low-cost C64x+ DSP tools, open source DSP Link, and open source Codec Engine plus configuration tool, theDM6446VICPis now usable by everyone via theVICPSignalProcessingLibrary.
> TheVICPis a collection of loosely coupled accelerators attached to the C64x+ DSP within theDM6446. TheVICPsignalprocessinglibraryprovides a simple way of programming these accelerators to provide additional DSP performance within your system.
> I hope this is good news to the Neuros OSD2 community and will encourage further software development. I'll be looking for responses to this e-mail for questions and encourage further suggestions and comments on TI's community forums.
Indeed this is very good news. Open Sourcing the DSPlink and CEruntime
libraries makes it possible to legally link it and distribute with
VLC. I have not looked into the licensing details yet, but it looks
like there won't be a problem.
Thank you TI for your good work!