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teensy 3 (ARM) + fasm
hello, now it is time to play for real with really interresting hardware.
say the teensy, a DIL28 chip sized arduino/arm board with lots of cool features.

https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/

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but for the moment, i don't have my teensy, and don't have any source code or tool to work with using fasm, but there are still a lot of c++ code for this awsome board:

https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/usb_debug_only.html
https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/projects.html




the goal of this thread is then.... to work on teensy using fasm where it is possible.

I still made experiments on the AVR based arduino thing, and it comes with a simple limitation, no memory shared between data and code... then, no cool design possible.

the are also not enough memory to manage a virtual world inside the brain of any interresting project, the memory, even if used in background, is the key to advanced features, then if the chip don't have memory, it is just a PIC equivalent, enough to convert a data type into another data type...


then, let's go for the thread, and if any of you still made cool stuff with teensy using fasmArm, it would be very interresting to share about Smile


this thread will be organized with a menu leading to interresting posts, as i will advance in the teensy/fasmArm job, i will explain the procedures and bring a how to tutorial...

now, i just have to wait some weeks to receives the product. not losing time but working on c++ and fasmArm code Smile
Post 12 Sep 2014, 08:46
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Matrix



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Re: teensy 3 (ARM) + fasm

edfed wrote:
hello, now it is time to play for real with really interresting hardware.
say the teensy, a DIL28 chip sized arduino/arm board with lots of cool features.

https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/

Image

but for the moment, i don't have my teensy, and don't have any source code or tool to work with using fasm, but there are still a lot of c++ code for this awsome board:

https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/usb_debug_only.html
https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/projects.html




the goal of this thread is then.... to work on teensy using fasm where it is possible.

I still made experiments on the AVR based arduino thing, and it comes with a simple limitation, no memory shared between data and code... then, no cool design possible.

the are also not enough memory to manage a virtual world inside the brain of any interresting project, the memory, even if used in background, is the key to advanced features, then if the chip don't have memory, it is just a PIC equivalent, enough to convert a data type into another data type...


then, let's go for the thread, and if any of you still made cool stuff with teensy using fasmArm, it would be very interresting to share about Smile


this thread will be organized with a menu leading to interresting posts, as i will advance in the teensy/fasmArm job, i will explain the procedures and bring a how to tutorial...

now, i just have to wait some weeks to receives the product. not losing time but working on c++ and fasmArm code Smile



nice gadget Smile

i like these more, in this order:
https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/A20/
http://beagleboard.org/Products/BeagleBone+Black
http://www.raspberrypi.org/
Post 12 Sep 2014, 10:14
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edfed



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omg omg omg, i got my teensy now!!!! yeeeeeeeee


and guess what, teensy loader accept .HEX files, then, it means it will be very possible to code for teensy using fasmarm Smile

then, let's go, just need time to do that now
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