Santanu Kumar Dash
professor.dash at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 19:17:46 CEST 2011
SAC does not deal with low-level file descriptors at the moment.
However, having worked with embedded microcontrollers, I would assume that both the serial and usb ports will have some sort of a C/C++ driver which can be compiled and interfaced with a plain C program (even in the absence of an operating system).
SAC's foreign language interface supports C programs. The plain C program can thus be called from your SAC code.
Out of curiosity, are you using a soft-core processor because I do not understand how you will write in SAC and execute on FPGA?
On 18 Oct 2011, at 06:25, mohsen mousavi wrote:
> I am Mohsen Mousavi, MSC student of Computer ENG in Urmia university of Iran.
> I have a question about one of your products named: “SA-C” I am
> working on an image processing project. I implement it on FriendlyARM
> microprocessor successfully. But its performance is not suitable for
> real time works. So I decided to implement it on FPGA.
> Whereas, I was familiar with C and C++, I decided to write my
> application with SAC. My question is, if SAC has interface for
> communicating with IO ports like serial or USB? (In my project i need
> to communicate with camera), or I need to write this part of my app in
> VHDL? How can I integrate SAC and VHDL?
> Sorry for my weak English
> Thank you
> Mohsen Mousavi
> MSC student of Computer ENG
> Urmia university of Iran
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