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pmoyle
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re: A .NET micro framework for the STM32
pmoyle   8/30/2011 8:54:53 PM
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When will they come out with a full blown port to windows???? LOL

lynchzilla
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re: A .NET micro framework for the STM32
lynchzilla   8/30/2011 7:06:24 PM
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Notice that the port to the STM32F103, one of ST's biggest ARM-Cortex-M3 chips, uses most of the RAM and EPROM, allowing only "a small application" to fit. When we see ARM-Cortex SOCs with gigabytes of EPROM and RAM, these Microsoft .NET frameworks may eventually be practical. For now, FreeRTOS and GNU C/C++ is the best bet.

johnspeth
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re: A .NET micro framework for the STM32
johnspeth   8/30/2011 6:49:46 PM
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I'm skeptical of the need for this tool. Please, sombody convince me why this might be better than the presently popular C/C++ methods and tools. When I see anyting smelling of Microsoft coming near resource limited microcontrollers, I start to shudder.

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