Monthly Archives: June 2013

FreeRTOS, __inline now supported in our Cortex compiler

Our Cortex compiler now supports __inline keyword, CMSIS V3 and now includes a port of FreeRTOS for the STM32. Check out our fully functional 45 day demo.

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Earliest C Compiler now on Github

The very first C compiler available “in the wild” written by Dennis Ritchie (“dmr”) is now on Github. Could be interesting to port it to compile under a modern compiler. https://github.com/mortdeus/legacy-cc

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Silicon Labs Acquires Energy Micro

Energy Micro is a fairly major ARM Cortex MCU player in Europe, and its line has just been acquired by Silicon Labs.

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The Ancient History o C

C was developed at Bell Labs on a PDP-11 by Dennis Ritchie. As soon as it was running on multiple (i.e. more than one) machines, then the nascent “document processing” OS named Unix was rewritten in C by Ken Thompson … Continue reading

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ICCAVR gets 64-bit double support in printf

(We are going to blog more often, catch us at http://imagecraft.com/blog https://www.facebook.com/imagecraft.inc and Twitter @imagecraftinc) One common concession to C Standard on typical 8-bit embedded compilers is that double data type is 32 bits and not 64 bits as required … Continue reading

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