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Author: timo (Guest)
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Hi,
My project size is about 400KB and i now need good c compiler and
debugger.
I know that KIEL offers(NoHau in Finland) tools for that, but the price
is so hihg. We can say about 3500 euros. Is there some who can give me
the other tools for my project and where the prices is lower than KIEL
offer.
I use LPC2148 processor. I come from Finland and the support is very
important thing.

thanx Timo

Author: Michael Fischer (mifi)
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Hello Timo,

do you know CrossWorks from Rowley?

http://www.rowley.co.uk/arm/index.htm

Take a look here too, if you search a commercial product.

Regards,

Michael

Author: Jonathan Dumaresq (dumarjo)
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timo wrote:
> Hi,
> My project size is about 400KB and i now need good c compiler and
> debugger.
> I know that KIEL offers(NoHau in Finland) tools for that, but the price
> is so hihg. We can say about 3500 euros. Is there some who can give me
> the other tools for my project and where the prices is lower than KIEL
> offer.
> I use LPC2148 processor. I come from Finland and the support is very
> important thing.
>
> thanx Timo

look for rowley associates, near 600$ usd. it's based on gcc but they
have modified the optimization and it is more agressive.

Jonathan

Author: Jonathan Dumaresq (dumarjo)
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Jonathan Dumaresq wrote:
> timo wrote:
>> Hi,
>> My project size is about 400KB and i now need good c compiler and
>> debugger.
>> I know that KIEL offers(NoHau in Finland) tools for that, but the price
>> is so hihg. We can say about 3500 euros. Is there some who can give me
>> the other tools for my project and where the prices is lower than KIEL
>> offer.
>> I use LPC2148 processor. I come from Finland and the support is very
>> important thing.
>>
>> thanx Timo
>
> look for rowley associates, near 600$ usd. it's based on gcc but they
> have modified the optimization and it is more agressive.
>
> Jonathan

5 sec too late :P

Jonathan

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Jonathan Dumaresq wrote:
> look for rowley associates, near 600$ usd. it's based on gcc but they
> have modified the optimization and it is more agressive.

They have included their own library, but they haven't changed the
compiler itself.

Author: Jonathan Dumaresq (dumarjo)
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Andreas Schwarz wrote:
> Jonathan Dumaresq wrote:
>> look for rowley associates, near 600$ usd. it's based on gcc but they
>> have modified the optimization and it is more agressive.
>
> They have included their own library, but they haven't changed the
> compiler itself.

the optimiztion is more agressive i thing. i have read in the freertos
ml that you need less stack with his toolchain than the gnu one.

Jonathan

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