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hi all experts, when i disable USART rx interrupt and enable again then DOR flag set in UCSRA reg. so please tell me how to clear this flag.i am using winavr gcc thanks
If you're only using gcc because that's what you happen to have maybe looking at a different way of doing it would be useful? I think FPC/lazarus can cross compile to ARM (not really sure though) and has the ability to do inline assembly. It does work and cross compile between linux/windows OS's. Maybe that would be worth a look.
Hi, i compiled the following code #include main() { printf("helloworld"); } using arm-gcc cross compiler and dumped its objdump file ,the executable is prefectly running on uclinux on cortex m3,can you tell me what each column represents in that file , a few lines are given below ... . 00000064
Hu guys! Anyone could help me solve the following problem. I try to simulate time delay estimation in Simulink based on gcc-PHAT method (see Fig1 for explanation). My FFT is correct as I checked it but I'm not sure why I can't get the correct sample delay (in this case 15). My Simulink model is shown in Fig2. Any advise and help will be highly
Hello,All I am totally new to the ARM cortex processors,and started setting up the environment for STM32F407VG discovery board. The compiler i am using is CoIDE with gcc-arm-none-eabi-4_7-2012q4-20121208-win32 when building the program in the IDE an error showed up. collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status Is it somethi
Hi, When i import a design into SDK (ISE design suite 14.7) and create a board support package, i get the error below: Staging source files. Running DRCs. Running generate. Running post_generate. Running include - 'make -s include "COMPILER=mb-gcc" "ARCHIVER=mb-ar" "COMPILER_FLAGS=-mlittle-endian -mno-xl-soft-mul -mxl-barrel-
There i no way, you can use Atmel Studio 6 on Linux. There are alternative IDE's (ie Eclipse, or Code::Blocks) that work on Linux. and avr-gcc is working fine on linux (you can even download Atmels version for linux) Debugging is going to be a challenge though. /Bingo
I want to convert 24Hr-to-12 mode in RTC DS1307 with atmega16(11.0592Mhz). Its ok with 24Hr mode. For its solution i had referred its datasheet....and read about 24/12 hour bit but in my code i cant find that where i have to make that change so that i can convert that time in 12HR. Compiler AVR gcc. #include #incl
Botha have support only for STM32. Atolic is gased on Eclipse & GNU gcc, Keil is using their own compiler. Both have free license with limit of 32K. But if you are using STM32F0, you can get free unlimited license for Keil. For STM8 you can use SDCC which is free.
I'm looking for a specific file used for compiling the SIM900 core for use with embeddedAT (using the arm-none-eabi toolchain rather than RVCT). The file is called "embat.lds", and would normally be found in the ..\EmbatSIM\comptool\gcc\lib\ directory (according to the app_make_inc_s file). Does anyone have this file? -R
I remember pablin did pong & tetris in a TV with a pic16f... I myself made some games with a GLCD with a PIC16F88 in Assembler and later ported them to Avr-gcc for a Atmega32... please note my implementation could be very diff
Yep, both LPC and STM are nice micros for starters (like me) if you still work in a breadboard, take a look on the LPC1114, this dude explains everything to make it work with ARM gcc and the lpc' bootloader... if you plan to buy a development board, I can sugge
I have used the library from ihsan Kehribar (which is made in avr-gcc) and it worked at the first try...
I am trying to implement a GPS module with AVR Atmega32. I am finding difficulty in splitting the text read from GPS module, namely the $GPGGA line. I need to split segments of this line that are separated by commas and use the latitude, longitude and altitude for further processing. Any help in few line code to split this line will be very us
hello geeks, i have been working on controllers for 7+ years. now want to work on embedded linux. i have friendly arm mini. please clarify my following doubts. 1, what software should i need to use to write coding for example led blink in friendly arm. is it gcc or any other one(qt creator)? 2, i want to blink led on friendly arm. where shoul
Have a look at this page, you will know how to integrate gcc with Keil. and the gcc for can be downloaded from this page.
Best is a subjective term. Try Code Blocks (a fork named em-IDE is also available) or Codelite gcc ARM Embedded
Thanks for the replies, I will look at the sample code. I am using EmBlocks and the bare metal gcc compiler. My core clock is 168MHz and the peripheral clock is 84MHz. I have tried using the timer and also PWM. The fastest I can go with these methods is ~2MHz? Using C, if I just toggle the pin, I get < 2MHz. (...)
Hi, while selecting Microchip Toolsuit I have three options to choose from pic30-gcc.exe(C complier), pic30-ld.exe(object linker), pic-ar.exe(archiver) Normally we select gcc, instead I selected pic-ar.exe and my program didn't build up and was prone to many errors. My question is can we built any program using (...)
Hi, I am trying to make simple Increment counter based on push switch. When i press switch the counter increments on LCD(16x2) but varialble(Incrementing) again goes to zero in next cycle. I have define that variable as Volatile so it won't be affected by Optimization of gcc compiler. My Code and Proteus File Attached. Just when we press but