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resources:tools-software:sigmastudiov2:usingsigmastudio:designing_module [09 Jul 2020 06:48] – [Settings] John Josephresources:tools-software:sigmastudiov2:usingsigmastudio:designing_module [25 Nov 2022 04:54] – [Source and Libraries] John Joseph
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 ====Source and Libraries==== ====Source and Libraries====
-This section is used to define the algorithm source. Algorithm source can be in the form of CCES libraries and/or C source with headers. Refer to section xxxxxxxxx below for more details on coding conventions.+This section is used to define the algorithm source. Algorithm source can be in the form of CCES libraries and/or C source with headers. Refer to section [[Algorithm Designer Coding Conventions]] for more details on coding conventions.
  
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-C source code can be inserted in the editor under "Source Code" tab. The code has to follow the conventions mentioned in section xxxxxxxx. The ‘Header Files’ tab is used to load the header files included in the source code. Header files to beaded can be selected using ‘Browse’ button and added using the '+' button. Use the ‘-’ button to remove the selected header file from the list. The source entered in the editor and header files selected will get saved in the Algorithm Designer project. Source code entered in the Algorithm Designer source editor is not supported for sample processing schematics. It is not mandatory to have source code entered in the editor window since block processing Module supports a combination of libraries and C source code. Following combinations are supported.+C source code can be inserted in the editor under "Source Code" tab. The code has to follow the conventions mentioned in section [[Algorithm Designer Coding Conventions]]. The ‘Header Files’ tab is used to load the header files included in the source code. Header files to beaded can be selected using ‘Browse’ button and added using the '+' button. Use the ‘-’ button to remove the selected header file from the list. The source entered in the editor and header files selected will get saved in the Algorithm Designer project. Source code entered in the Algorithm Designer source editor is not supported for sample processing schematics. It is not mandatory to have source code entered in the editor window since block processing Module supports a combination of libraries and C source code. Following combinations are supported.
   * Module implemented exclusively using DLBs   * Module implemented exclusively using DLBs
   * Module implemented using only source code entered in the source editor.   * Module implemented using only source code entered in the source editor.
resources/tools-software/sigmastudiov2/usingsigmastudio/designing_module.txt · Last modified: 21 May 2024 19:04 by Chiranjeevi Palle