Re: Opinions on Rowley CrossWorks for ARM
- From: Chris Hills <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2006 07:24:30 +0000
In article <4549fa49$0$8717$ed2619ec@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Paul Curtis <plc@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
"Chris Hills" <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In article <newscache$lxp18j$pg2$1@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Christian Walter
* They use the GNU C/C++ compiler tools which are somewhat "industry
standard" tools. Specially the good integration for inline assembler
in GCC is a big plus for embedded systems if you are doing low level
Hardly I would not recommend GCC for embedded use.
That's because you sell "Industry Standard" compilers.
I would conjecture you advocate Keil and IAR only because you are a reseller
of those products. :-)
Paul Curtis, Rowley Associates Ltd.
And I can suggest you only advocate Gcc because you sell that?
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