i've used Processor Expert for setting up the clock in the past. is there a tool that generates the content for BOARD_BootClockRun()?
There is a clock configuration tool in the works and targeted for public release May, 2016.
In mean time the KSDK_v2 has a couple of examples that might apply for you:
Which board or chip do you use ? And the Processor Expert you said meaning the IDE or the PE kds?
Also where is the BOARD_BootClockRun() function ？
thanks for your response.
<<Which board or chip do you use ?
MK64FX512 on a custom board
<<And the Processor Expert you said meaning the IDE or the PE kds?
<<Also where is the BOARD_BootClockRun() function ？
created by KDS " NEW->Kinetis SDK 2.x project"
this NEW project creates a call to this function and populates a function stub. i've not found any documentation that describes the expected methods. i have looked at code that is generated when the Freedom K64 board is chosen. there are several memory structures that are created in this step and some are used by this call while other are not. it would be logical to have a document or a method similar to the PE that can assist in this method.
About on the KSDK2.0 version , there isn't PE, so there is also no PE component to configure the clock on KSDK2.0 .
Hope it helps
i understand there is no PE. what i am looking for is the documentation on what data structures and code segments are required to accomplish the setup of the Multipurpose Clock Generator element of this MK64 kinetis part. there are dependencies for the HAL layer on these data structures.
howdy David E Seymour
that's great news, thanks
Retrieving data ...