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Erik Malund
11/12/13 11:19
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Mt Airy, Nc
USA


 
#190129 - screaming and kicking
Responding to: David Smith's previous message
Ultimately it makes sense to 'standardise' on the new format, so making the old system somehow produce OMF files is probably a dead end.

I have, through my 25+ years of embedded design, been pulled screaming and kicking into several changes. I have, afterwards, regretted none.

Erik

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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