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David Smith
11/08/13 09:55
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Nottingham
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#190106 - PC Resources?
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
I also note that the SiLabs IDE is using 100% of my CPU once code is downloaded, and consequently the response time is much too slow. I must be doing something wrong? The PC is admittedly a 10 year old A64 running WXP, but I can't believe the IDE should resource hog to that extent. I've closed all windows except the source, build and folder ones.


List of 25 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Keil uVision4 Struggles      David Smith      11/08/13 04:02      
   HUH?      Erik Malund      11/08/13 06:33      
      I'm using the SiLabs IDE Suite      David Smith      11/08/13 09:43      
         do you?      Erik Malund      11/08/13 10:04      
            Debugger      David Smith      11/08/13 11:53      
         Silabs and ASM      Jim Granville      11/08/13 12:30      
            Do you think it's possible...      David Smith      11/08/13 12:46      
               no, but      Erik Malund      11/08/13 15:03      
               familiar editor and assembler/linker      Jim Granville      11/08/13 16:11      
      PC Resources?      David Smith      11/08/13 09:55      
   Why use Keil ?      Jim Granville      11/08/13 12:00      
      why not?      Erik Malund      11/08/13 15:04      
         lack of features...      Jim Granville      11/08/13 15:47      
            what features?      Erik Malund      11/08/13 15:59      
               these..      Jim Granville      11/08/13 16:14      
   date/time and code checksum      Jim Granville      11/08/13 16:24      
      Dammit!      David Smith      11/11/13 05:17      
         any symbol listing info ?      Jim Granville      11/11/13 12:05      
            OMF Conversion?      David Smith      11/12/13 11:21      
               No LST is unusual      Jim Granville      11/12/13 12:55      
                  Thanks      David Smith      11/22/13 10:20      
   C8051F850 documentation      Tom Burdick      11/11/13 13:12      
      for SILabs chips      Erik Malund      11/11/13 13:30      
         Great Info      David Smith      11/12/13 10:36      
            screaming and kicking      Erik Malund      11/12/13 11:19      

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