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Flexis' paged memory model can benefit from a compiler's calculations. Optimization during linking allows a compiler to distinguish between different types of cross-page references.
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We're pleased to announce the availability of eTPU_C version 1.0.7. eTPU_C is a high-performance software development tool for the Freescale eTPU Enhanced Time Processing Unit.
Our eTPU_C Code Development System is the ideal solution for creating eTPU programs. It deals with eTPU's shifting subinstruction fields, entry tables, and channel hardware in intuitive C-language programming.
We're pleased to announce the availability of MPC version 2.0. MPC is a high-performance software development tool for the Microchip PICmicro family of microcontrollers.
The long-awaited MPC features 24- and 32-bit integer and IEEE floating point math support. Full LOCAL and SPECIAL memory support make programming very intuitive and very efficient.
The second part of "The Embedded C Extension to C" is now online at the C/C++ Users' Journal. Walter and his co-authors Marcel Beemster, Hans van Someren, and Willem Wakker have written an article on the ISO/IEC TR (technical report) 18037, "Extensions for the Programming Language C to Support Embedded Processors".
We've posted a general overview of ETPU_functions, our implementation of eTPU_C channel functions in C. If you're considering eTPU for your design, learn how eTPU_C can make programming for eTPU intuitive. The paper discusses the specific programming style for ETPU_functions, and the facilities available for exposing eTPU channel functions to the host processor program.
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