Migration guide from MC56F82748 to MC56F83763

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Migration guide from MC56F82748 to MC56F83763

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Contributor IV

Hey,

I have a legacy project on MC56F82748, and want to port the whole thing to MC56F83763. As pins are same, and has better performance in general. I would like to not change by code so much, I know GCT has to be reconfigured.

 

When I try to port it, I see some header files have been changed, example adc.h to adc12.h. And also some dma.h variables. Which is difficult to know what to change without going thru it one by one.

Do you have some guide that tell what generic differences there are between these code platforms so its easier to port the code?

 

@ZhangJennie @xiangjun_rong  

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Contributor IV

hey, thanks for the detailed guide. I was also thinking the same about DMA. i got an error about dma like in the picture below

fasihahmed_0-1603438624521.png

 

Also is there also a guide to tell me how to set my interrupt vector table, and linker file etc? i would like to know how to set up the different rom/ram areas so im sure my memory map is correct.

i would like to use the code without the built in bootloader and start directly my application code

@xiangjun_rong 

 

 

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NXP TechSupport

Hi, Fasih,

I suppose that you do not modify the vectors.c although you use interrupt function.

I attach the project which tell you where the vectors.c is located.

xiangjun_rong_0-1603674493468.png

 

This is the vectors.c

#include "Cpu.h"
#include "ISR.h"

#ifndef _lint

extern void PIT0_ISR(void);
extern void QSCI0_ISR(void);
extern void _EntryPoint(void); /* Startup routine */

volatile asm void _vect(void);
#pragma define_section interrupt_vectors "interrupt_vectors.text" RX
#pragma section interrupt_vectors begin
volatile asm void _vect(void) {
JMP >_EntryPoint /* Interrupt no. 0 (Used)*/
JMP >_EntryPoint /* Interrupt no. 1 (Used)*/
JSR >ivINT_ILLEGAL_OP /* Interrupt no. 2*/
JSR >ivINT_SWI3 /* Interrupt no. 3*/
JSR >ivINT_OVERFLOW /* Interrupt no. 4*/
JSR >ivINT_MISALIGNED /* Interrupt no. 5*/
JSR >ivINT_STPCNT /* Interrupt no. 6*/
JSR >ivINT_BKPT /* Interrupt no. 7*/
JSR >ivINT_TRBUF /* Interrupt no. 8*/
JSR >ivINT_TX_REG /* Interrupt no. 9*/
JSR >ivINT_RX_REG /* Interrupt no. 10*/
JSR >ivINT_BUS_ERR /* Interrupt no. 11*/
JSR >ivINT_PLAT_3 /* Interrupt no. 12*/
JSR >ivINT_PLAT_2 /* Interrupt no. 13*/
JSR >ivINT_PLAT_1 /* Interrupt no. 14*/
JSR >ivINT_SWI2 /* Interrupt no. 15*/
JSR >ivINT_SWI1 /* Interrupt no. 16*/
JSR >ivINT_SWI0 /* Interrupt no. 17*/
JSR >ivINT_XBARA /* Interrupt no. 18*/
JSR >ivINT_LVI1 /* Interrupt no. 19*/
JSR >ivINT_OCCS /* Interrupt no. 20*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRB_3 /* Interrupt no. 21*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRB_2 /* Interrupt no. 22*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRB_1 /* Interrupt no. 23*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRB_0 /* Interrupt no. 24*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRA_3 /* Interrupt no. 25*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRA_2 /* Interrupt no. 26*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRA_1 /* Interrupt no. 27*/
JSR >ivINT_TMRA_0 /* Interrupt no. 28*/
JSR >ivINT_ADC12_CC1 /* Interrupt no. 29*/
JSR >ivINT_ADC12_CC0 /* Interrupt no. 30*/
JSR >ivINT_ADC12_ERR /* Interrupt no. 31*/
JSR >ivINT_DMA_ERR /* Interrupt no. 32*/
JSR >ivINT_DMA3 /* Interrupt no. 33*/
JSR >ivINT_DMA2 /* Interrupt no. 34*/
JSR >ivINT_DMA1 /* Interrupt no. 35*/
JSR >ivINT_DMA0 /* Interrupt no. 36*/
JSR >ivINT_CAN_MB_OR /* Interrupt no. 37*/
JSR >ivINT_CAN_BUS_OFF /* Interrupt no. 38*/
JSR >ivINT_CAN_ERROR /* Interrupt no. 39*/
JSR >ivINT_CAN_TX_WARN /* Interrupt no. 40*/
JSR >ivINT_CAN_RX_WARN /* Interrupt no. 41*/
JSR >ivINT_CAN_WAKEUP /* Interrupt no. 42*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI2_RERR /* Interrupt no. 43*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI2_RCV /* Interrupt no. 44*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI2_TIDLE /* Interrupt no. 45*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI2_TDRE /* Interrupt no. 46*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI1_RERR /* Interrupt no. 47*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI1_RCV /* Interrupt no. 48*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI1_TIDLE /* Interrupt no. 49*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI1_TDRE /* Interrupt no. 50*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI0_RERR /* Interrupt no. 51*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI0_RCV /* Interrupt no. 52*/
JSR >ivINT_QSCI0_TIDLE /* Interrupt no. 53*/
JSR >QSCI0_ISR /*ivINT_QSCI0_TDRE */ /* Interrupt no. 54*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 55*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 56*/
JSR >ivINT_QSPI1_XMIT /* Interrupt no. 57*/
JSR >ivINT_QSPI1_RCV /* Interrupt no. 58*/
JSR >ivINT_QSPI0_XMIT /* Interrupt no. 59*/
JSR >ivINT_QSPI0_RCV /* Interrupt no. 60*/
JSR >ivINT_IIC1 /* Interrupt no. 61*/
JSR >ivINT_IIC0 /* Interrupt no. 62*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 63*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 64*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 65*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_FAULT /* Interrupt no. 66*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_RERR /* Interrupt no. 67*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_CAP /* Interrupt no. 68*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_RELOAD3 /* Interrupt no. 69*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_CMP3 /* Interrupt no. 70*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_RELOAD2 /* Interrupt no. 71*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_CMP2 /* Interrupt no. 72*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_RELOAD1 /* Interrupt no. 73*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_CMP1 /* Interrupt no. 74*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_RELOAD0 /* Interrupt no. 75*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMB_CMP0 /* Interrupt no. 76*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_FAULT /* Interrupt no. 77*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_RERR /* Interrupt no. 78*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_CAP /* Interrupt no. 79*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_RELOAD3 /* Interrupt no. 80*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_CMP3 /* Interrupt no. 81*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_RELOAD2 /* Interrupt no. 82*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_CMP2 /* Interrupt no. 83*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_RELOAD1 /* Interrupt no. 84*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_CMP1 /* Interrupt no. 85*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_RELOAD0 /* Interrupt no. 86*/
JSR >ivINT_eFlexPWMA_CMP0 /* Interrupt no. 87*/
JSR >ivINT_FTFE_RDCOL /* Interrupt no. 88*/
JSR >ivINT_FTFE_CC /* Interrupt no. 89*/
JSR >ivINT_CMPD /* Interrupt no. 90*/
JSR >ivINT_CMPC /* Interrupt no. 91*/
JSR >ivINT_CMPB /* Interrupt no. 92*/
JSR >ivINT_CMPA /* Interrupt no. 93*/
JSR >ivINT_PIT1_ROLLOVR /* Interrupt no. 94*/
JSR >PIT0_ISR /*ivINT_PIT0_ROLLOVR */ /* Interrupt no. 95*/
JSR >ivINT_FTFE_DFD /* Interrupt no. 96*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 97*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 98*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 99*/
JSR >Cpu_Interrupt /* Interrupt no. 100*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOG /* Interrupt no. 101*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOF /* Interrupt no. 102*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOE /* Interrupt no. 103*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOD /* Interrupt no. 104*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOC /* Interrupt no. 105*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOB /* Interrupt no. 106*/
JSR >ivINT_GPIOA /* Interrupt no. 107*/
JSR >ivINT_COP_INT /* Interrupt no. 108*/
JSR >ivINT_EWM_INT /* Interrupt no. 109*/
JSR >ivINT_SWILP /* Interrupt no. 110*/
JSR >ivINT_USB /* Interrupt no. 111*/
}

#pragma section interrupt_vectors end

#endif _lint

/* Disable MISRA rules for interurupt routines */
/*lint -esym(765,Cpu_Interrupt) Disable MISRA rule (8.10) checking for symbols (Cpu_Interrupt). */

 

In main.c file.

#pragma interrupt on
void PIT0_ISR(void)
{
//clear the flag of PIT0

PIT0->CTRL&=~(0x01<<2);
//toggle led0
__asm(nop);
GPIOE->DR=GPIOE->DR^0x01;
}
#pragma interrupt off

 

Hope it can help you

BR

XiangJun Rong

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NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi, Fasih,

I suggest you create a new project based on MC56F83763 and IGT tools under CW for mcu IDE, then copy your source code to the new project, if there is error, you have to modify the source code to adapt to the new processor.

Regarding the difference between MC56F82xxx and MC56F83xxx, obviously, the MC56F83xxx uses the new DMA IP called the eDMA, which is same as that of Kinetis family. If you use DMA, you have to delete the old DMA code and rewrite the DMA code.

For the difference between MC56F82xxx and MC56F83xxx, pls download the MC56F83XXXFS.pdf

https://www.nxp.com.cn/docs/en/fact-sheet/MC56F83XXXFS.pdf

Hope it can help you

BR

Xiangjun Rong