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Erik Malund
03/07/13 08:56
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Mt Airy, Nc
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#189547 - 8/32 bit musings
I am now doing a mix of 8 ('51) and 32 bit (Cortex) jobs and have found that while, of course, the 32 bitters do far more, the I/O devleopment is far more cumbersome on the Cortex. I can put a SILabs/NXP '51 I�²C together in a couple of hours for a Cortex (have done ST and Freescale) it takes days.

Thus I think the "develop all, even small, new apps in 32 bits" drive is plain dumb.

Erik

List of 36 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
8/32 bit musings      Erik Malund      03/07/13 08:56      
   Have you looked at the TI M4 Cortex versions?      Richard Erlacher      03/07/13 11:13      
      re:TI      Jacob Boyce      03/07/13 11:20      
         One man's "Flexible" is another man's "Cumbersome"      Andy Neil      03/07/13 14:17      
            flexibility ....      Erik Malund      03/07/13 14:30      
               several menus to get a cuppa       Andy Neil      03/08/13 00:13      
            re: experience      Jacob Boyce      03/08/13 07:42      
            'Unwanted' flexibility      Oliver Sedlacek      03/18/13 06:31      
               well, there is some help      Erik Malund      03/18/13 11:04      
                  SiLabs AppBuilder      Andy Peters      04/16/13 15:29      
                     sam e with freescale      Erik Malund      04/16/13 15:40      
                     Same with Cypress PSoC Creator      Andy Neil      04/17/13 01:48      
                        same ...      Andy Peters      04/17/13 11:12      
         Certainly a wry smile is needed       Jim Granville      03/07/13 20:59      
            It gets worse      Andy Neil      04/17/13 01:52      
   develop all, even small, new apps in 32 bits      Joseph Hebert      04/17/13 06:48      
      how ??      Andy Peters      04/17/13 11:21      
         cost      Joseph Hebert      04/17/13 11:28      
            re: cost      Andy Peters      04/17/13 12:05      
               cost analysis      Joseph Hebert      04/17/13 16:00      
         Money matters more to some than others      Jim Granville      04/17/13 14:47      
            RE: ARMs following Stellaris into early retirement      Andy Neil      04/18/13 03:21      
               as will we all (eventually)      Jim Granville      04/18/13 06:11      
            ARM in small packages      Maarten Brock      04/23/13 05:23      
      Scope of "all"      Andy Neil      04/18/13 03:25      
         Scope of "all"      Joseph Hebert      04/18/13 12:48      
            RE: a hypothesis that will withstand scrutiny      Andy Neil      04/18/13 12:50      
         RE: Superlatives are greatly over-used these days      Andy Neil      04/18/13 12:51      
      Software costs      Oliver Sedlacek      04/18/13 07:52      
         code reuse      Joseph Hebert      04/18/13 12:51      
            I find code reuse in embedded, at best, cumbersome      Erik Malund      04/18/13 14:56      
               Maybe it's because I don't use HLL, but ...       Richard Erlacher      04/18/13 23:12      
            Devils triangle      Oliver Sedlacek      04/23/13 09:06      
               I choose      Mahmood Elnasser      04/23/13 09:33      
               except ...        Joseph Hebert      04/23/13 13:03      
            Including code that wasn't absolutely necessary ...      Richard Erlacher      04/23/13 15:35      

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