Re: Re: [chronos] IAR IDE for Chronos
- Eric Allen
- 2010-01-17 @ 18:17
I tried removing Bluerobin for both IAR and CCS and got no success. I then
removed every last scrap of radio code, and it only compiled in CCS. This
kind of sucks, as I'd very much like radio functionality, but I can live
with it for now. You can download what I got working in CCS at
The code limit doesn't apply to pre-compiled code, but that means you can't
modify the libraries that TI has provided. You can only add things. I ran up
against this limitation quickly enough to switch approaches to minimizing
the code so it fit within the limit.
On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 4:51 AM, Vojtěch Bubník <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I removed the Bluerobin code only as I will need at least one protocol
> > to switch external devices and ended up with a code too big to
> > compile. This limit really gives me a hard time.
> Mario, good to hear that it is possible to remove the Blue Robin stack. I
> actually did the same, only I did not have time to test it on real hardware
> Not a great advice, but I believe the limit does not apply to assembler
> code. It may not apply to the object code already compiled?