Other than the examples that actually come with the comStick itself?? This has been driving my nuts: 1. The Hitex examples only work with the version of toolchain that it comes with (V4.0.3). 2. Their examples don't use gcc to call ld/as, they call these tools directly, pathing to an unexpected path for the libraries. 3. If I try to change their code to call through gcc, I cannot make it find the correct library path, no matter how many different places I specify the path. 4. If I try any other GnuArm toolchain, I can never get the project to build. I either get floating-point inconsistencies, interwork inconsistencies, or other system functions not found (CodeSourcery). I DESPERATELY need to find a simple project that builds with any of the standard tools (Yagarto would be a good choice), and can just simply toggle the status LED on the comStick board!!! (port 9 pin 0 or port 4 pin 1, where I also have an LED, which only Hitex is able to toggle!!). Can anyone give any pointers for this??
I think you are asking the wrong question. What Processor is on the ComStick ??? A quick web search seems to show it is a STR912. I would search for examples for STR912 in the first instance. This should get you going. I have no experience with that processor range so I cannot help myself. Good Luck.
You could also try here ;) :- http://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?p=49934&sid=74ac06b880c8e833e1f24f2f447ef007
Hi, Simon! Actually, I *wasn't* asking the wrong question... the problem that I'm experiencing is that most projects for generic STR912 designs, when compiled and downloaded on the comStick, do not work!! (I say most, but that's still a very small number - and at this point, most means 100%). Since (until a couple of days ago) the only STR912 target I had was the comStick, I was hoping to find any other code sample which would work on that board, yet would compile with current tools (Hitex uses gcc 4.0.3), as well as using the techniques that every other person recommends (calling AS and LD through GCC, rather than directly as Hitex does). This was why I made the specific request that I did...