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LPC8xx port

Posted by jdurand on November 1, 2013

{ I'm sending this by e-mail since I can't seem to create a topic on the web page }

Is there already or is someone working on a port for the LPC8xx part? I'm starting a design for a client that will use an LPC812M part. If needed, I'll do the port myself.

LPC8xx port

Posted by richardbarry on November 2, 2013

The portfolio of supported Cortex-M0 parts has increased recently, and the port layer for each is the same. Therefore in a way the LPC800 is already supported, but there is no specific demo for it - the only reason being that I'm not aware of any LPC800 parts that have sufficient RAM for a pre-emptive stack based OS.


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