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Does Crossworks for ARM supports LPC2103 ?

Started by Mochuelo May 29, 2006
Hi,

Has anyone successfully programmed an LPC2103 using Rowley Associates
CrossWorks for ARM and the ARM USB CrossConnect? It does explicitly
support LPC2104, but it doesn't say anything about 2103. I know the
LPC2103 is newer, but it also has less memory, and I don't know if
that makes it impossible to support it. Any experience?

Thanks in advance,

Mochuelo wrote:

> CrossWorks for ARM and the ARM USB CrossConnect? It does explicitly > support LPC2104, but it doesn't say anything about 2103. I know the > LPC2103 is newer, but it also has less memory, and I don't know if
I hope you asked Rowley this question. I've always had answers out of them inside a few hours.
The next release from Rowley should support it, and other devices like
the 2148. You could create the necessary system files yourself, of
course, based on the ones supplied for the 2104, say. That is what they
will be doing. If you contact them they might be able to let you have
something that will work.

Leon

"Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com> wrote in message 
news:1148980516.894445.20910@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...
> The next release from Rowley should support it, and other devices like > the 2148. You could create the necessary system files yourself, of > course, based on the ones supplied for the 2104, say. That is what they > will be doing. If you contact them they might be able to let you have > something that will work.
The next release, hopefully on the website this week, will support smaller chips such as 2103 and LM3S101 which have a small amount of RAM and, hence, required a change to the loader in order to implement flashing. We've been distributing LPC214x header files to those that need them for some time, along with a loader that supports is using our support channel. -- Paul.
Paul Curtis wrote:
> "Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com> wrote in message > news:1148980516.894445.20910@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com... > > The next release from Rowley should support it, and other devices like > > the 2148. You could create the necessary system files yourself, of > > course, based on the ones supplied for the 2104, say. That is what they > > will be doing. If you contact them they might be able to let you have > > something that will work. > > The next release, hopefully on the website this week, will support smaller > chips such as 2103 and LM3S101 which have a small amount of RAM and, hence, > required a change to the loader in order to implement flashing. We've been > distributing LPC214x header files to those that need them for some time, > along with a loader that supports is using our support channel. > > -- Paul.
The new release (1.6) is actually available now. Leon
On 31 May 2006 12:45:46 -0700, "Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com>
wrote:

> >Paul Curtis wrote: >> "Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com> wrote in message >> news:1148980516.894445.20910@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com... >> > The next release from Rowley should support it, and other devices like >> > the 2148. You could create the necessary system files yourself, of >> > course, based on the ones supplied for the 2104, say. That is what they >> > will be doing. If you contact them they might be able to let you have >> > something that will work. >> >> The next release, hopefully on the website this week, will support smaller >> chips such as 2103 and LM3S101 which have a small amount of RAM and, hence, >> required a change to the loader in order to implement flashing. We've been >> distributing LPC214x header files to those that need them for some time, >> along with a loader that supports is using our support channel. >> >> -- Paul. > >The new release (1.6) is actually available now. > >Leon
Looks like it does not support the LPC2103 yet :-(
Mochuelo wrote:
> On 31 May 2006 12:45:46 -0700, "Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com> > wrote: > > > > >Paul Curtis wrote: > >> "Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com> wrote in message > >> news:1148980516.894445.20910@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com... > >> > The next release from Rowley should support it, and other devices like > >> > the 2148. You could create the necessary system files yourself, of > >> > course, based on the ones supplied for the 2104, say. That is what they > >> > will be doing. If you contact them they might be able to let you have > >> > something that will work. > >> > >> The next release, hopefully on the website this week, will support smaller > >> chips such as 2103 and LM3S101 which have a small amount of RAM and, hence, > >> required a change to the loader in order to implement flashing. We've been > >> distributing LPC214x header files to those that need them for some time, > >> along with a loader that supports is using our support channel. > >> > >> -- Paul. > > > >The new release (1.6) is actually available now. > > > >Leon > > Looks like it does not support the LPC2103 yet :-(
I just built an application for the 2103, to prove it! Leon
On 1 Jun 2006 02:06:54 -0700, "Leon" <leon.heller@bulldoghome.com>
wrote:

>> >The new release (1.6) is actually available now. >> > >> >Leon >> >> Looks like it does not support the LPC2103 yet :-( > >I just built an application for the 2103, to prove it! > >Leon
Ok, I said it because I read the 1.6 release notes and, although it mentions new support for some targets, it does not say anything about the LPC2103. Thanks,