XWORKS Device Libraries

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    Paul Curtis

    When CrossWorks 3 ships, we will provide a wide range of drivers in source form for SPI, I2C, graphic LCDs (including our own minimal graphics library).  On top of that we provide drivers for a multitude of sensors (accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, temperature, humidity).  And 2x16 LCD.  And many others.  These will use our Platform API to provide services and will be available on a wide range of target boards.

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    tomekkicaj

    Hello Paul,

    Thanks for the fast response.

    I was planning to purchase an IDE ( Eclipse wasted my nerves) this year as the eval boards are on their way to us as we want to move from 8 bit AVR to ARM Cortex M3 ASAP . Having worked with CodeVisionAVR for years we are used to not having to  write the basic drivers from scratch.     

    How soon are you planning to release CrossWorks 3? 

     

    Regards

    Tomasz

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    Paul Curtis

    Before the end of the year; if you purchase now, you'll be entitled to V3 anyway.

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    tomekkicaj

    Can you give me a glimpse on the features of  CrossWorks 3? What libs are going to be available?

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    Paul Curtis

    Here's a snapshot of some projects included for the Olimex STM32-E407.  Notice "Shield Tests", "Networking Projects" and "Mass Storage Projects" along with some other bits and pieces.

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    tomekkicaj

    I found some link to the new IDE:

    http://www.rowleydownload.co.uk/snapshots/arm_crossworks_crossworks_v3_win_x86_setup.exe

    is this the correct version? I would like to browse the help files to see the lib API.

    regards

    Tomasz

     

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    Paul Curtis

    That would be a V3 snapshot, yes, but it will not help you with the API.  The packages that support the API have not yet been published to the web.

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    tomekkicaj

    OK many thanks!

     

    Regards

    Tomasz

     

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