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Building an EZ-Host/OTG project from start to finish

Posted: 18 Feb 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:EZ-Host/OTG project? debug mode? standalone project?

The CY3663 EZ-Host/EZ-OTG Development Kit contains a full set of standard GNU-based tools. These tools have been ported to our CY16 processor-based EZ-Host and EZ-OTG products. This application note describes how to build a simple stand-alone project with these tools that will run in either debug mode or out of an EEPROM. This document is intended to help those less familiar with the GNU development environment. It is not intended to be a complete tools reference, but rather a quick example to get you familiar with the tools.

The example in this document is presented from start to finish and is all-inclusive. To make things easier to follow, this example does not have any dependencies on ROM BIOS code (except for initialization), Frameworks, Makefiles, or any other presupplied code that the design examples in our CY3663 development kit use. It is strongly recommended that production designs do not start from scratch as this example does. Instead, production designs should rely heavily on our BIOS and Frameworks code.

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