|Re: [embed-cdt-dev] Introduction|
On 4/13/20, Liviu Ionescu <ilg@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > >> On 13 Apr 2020, at 21:47, Donald Wilde <dwilde1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> >> ...my first SBC had an Intel 8086 sixteen-bitter but what I >> sold in the computer stores were Osborne and Kaypro CP/M Z80's. > > No i8088/8086 here. I started with 8080 + cassette tape and wrote several > CP/M bioses, then I managed to get a 68010, and did a SBC with it, running > CP/M 68K. after working with 68K, when I first read the 8086 manuals, I > decided to never touch it. my next computer was a 386, running unix. > 68020 was an absolutely breathtaking chip. Intel was extremely lucky to hook up with MS and make an end-run around Motorola! >> Our focus is the tool set, yet. Not a problem; that's what I'm here for. > > Great! > >>> Another things for you to check is to follow the blinky tutorial, up to >>> getting the emulated board blink the leds, and let me know what do you >>> think. >> >> I did that already, with the ST version of the tools. Most of their >> stuff is just marketing wrapped around the Eclipse tools and demos. > > I mean this tutorial: > > https://gnu-mcu-eclipse.github.io/tutorials/blinky-arm/ > > Please follow it to the letter. I will validate it. I'm having some PC pains now but I will examine both blinky... > > And please try to follow the installs steps, with xpm, as described in > > https://gnu-mcu-eclipse.github.io/install/ > ... and this... >>> And, since you said you have C++ experience, you might also take a look >>> at >>> the µOS++ project, which I plan to use for the templates, along with >>> FreeRTOS. >>> >> Yes, I will. > > µOS++ may look not very active, but it is is fully functional, and in use in > several large projects. ... and this. :) > > I temporarily suspended development for developing the xPack tools needed to > build µOS++ and tests, and I'll resume development as soon as possible, > since I plan to use it in the new project templates. > I'll take it as important. I am here to support you, Liviu, not to get a swelled head about it. > > Regards, > > Liviu > > Best! :D -- Don Wilde "Social programming generates beliefs, beliefs create attitudes, attitudes cause feelings, feelings cause us to act, and actions produce results -- good or bad." -- adapted from "What to Say When You Talk to Yourself," by Shad Helmstetter, Ph. D.
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