newbie

Started by G B January 23, 2006
Hello,

First post to the group.

I have programming microprocessors since the 70's, mostly in assembly
language. Now, I have been designing and programming using the
Atmel ATMega family, so I understand AVR very well.

I have a product that looks like a good candidate to switch to a chip
like the LPC2105 to save money.

My first problem is that I downloaded the gccarm and got the error msg
about the dll not being found, and that I need to install libint13
package. What is that and where is it found?

I would like to correspond with other who have made the avr to arm
transition.

Thanks,

Glen Bankston
Moultrie, GA


An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series


I use PIC, AVR and ARM and I really LIKE the LPC2106. To get
started, I used James Lynch's excellent tutorial that will help you
get the entire tool chain set up.

http://www.olimex.com/dev/pdf/ARM%20Cross%20Development%20with%
20Eclipse%20version%203.pdf

If you follow the yellow brick road, all will be well.

Richard

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., G B <microsys@a...> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> First post to the group.
>
> I have programming microprocessors since the 70's, mostly in
assembly
> language. Now, I have been designing and programming using the
> Atmel ATMega family, so I understand AVR very well.
>
> I have a product that looks like a good candidate to switch to a
chip
> like the LPC2105 to save money.
>
> My first problem is that I downloaded the gccarm and got the error
msg
> about the dll not being found, and that I need to install libint13
> package. What is that and where is it found?
>
> I would like to correspond with other who have made the avr to arm
> transition.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Glen Bankston
> Moultrie, GA
>




--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., G B <microsys@a...> wrote:

> My first problem is that I downloaded the gccarm and got the error msg
> about the dll not being found, and that I need to install libint13
> package. What is that and where is it found?

Others have just copied cygintl-2.dll to cygintl-3.dll. I have too,
and it appears to work.

Karl Olsen