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5V to 3V3
Thanks guys, because the load will change depending on the current action (read/write/standby), I think I will use the regulator. But can you tell me how you calculated that 800mV...
Saturday, 8 March 2008 - 14:29
5V to 3V3
Datasheet says it needs less than 100mA. Is that okay?
Friday, 7 March 2008 - 19:02
.initN section in an .a file
Yeah... I know that, but uh... I'm a curious guy :) My bad :D
Monday, 18 February 2008 - 17:39
.initN section in an .a file
Oh... So the only way is to use the -u option. Thanks EDIT: Isn't there a way to make a function "appear to use" a symbol, just to make it link into the binary? Some kind of...
Monday, 18 February 2008 - 17:26
.data, .bss, .noinit
Actually I was aiming for minimal code and execution time, but let's just say I want it this way, just b'caz... I'm hard-headed or something :) Anyways, putting the code in .initN...
Monday, 18 February 2008 - 17:02
.initN section in an .a file
But avr-libc manages doing this (includes the crt1.S, with the stack initialization, vectors, and stuff like that. ?... axos88
Monday, 18 February 2008 - 16:57
.data, .bss, .noinit
Actually I want to initialize my own HEAP structure, so that I don't have to call manually heap_init() as first thing in the main(). Thanks for your input
Monday, 18 February 2008 - 16:53
Getting started with libusb under win32
Yeah... you were right... should've tried... Thanks
Friday, 8 February 2008 - 13:52
How to set up debugging under linux
ugh... VMLab is not an option, because it doesn't support my AVR (mega8515). I don't feel like spending 50$ or more on a JTAG (isn't there a diy version of this kit?) What is so...
Thursday, 7 February 2008 - 22:56
2's complement in assembly?
right, thanks... that seems to be the best way to do it... and that can be generalized for n words (well uh.. bytes) as well.
Thursday, 7 February 2008 - 01:48
2's complement in assembly?
Yeah, last time i wanted to open the topic it said it didn't exist...
Thursday, 7 February 2008 - 01:14
2's complement in assembly?
I'm sorry, I don't quite follow... what generated what?
Thursday, 7 February 2008 - 00:36