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NXP's application note on porting new CMSIS-DAP to the the Cortex-M0 MCU's. Comes with complete source code for the LPC11Uxx family of MCUs.
"This application note illustrates how to port the CMSIS-DAP application to a Cortex-M0 platform and then to use the Cortex-M as a debugger.
ARM has released preview of the CMSIS 3.0 which can be downloaded from this web page link
In addition to the updated DSP library there are 2 new componnents RTOS API and SVD XML schema for device description.
No actual devices are included in this preview there are only generic templates for Cortex-Mx and ARM SC000 and SC300 MCUs.
"Version 2.1 of CMSIS is a maintenance release of the vendor-independent hardware abstraction layer.
It adds the following features to the CMSIS-DSP library:
Updates to the directory structure:
CMSIS v2.0 with Cortex-M4 support is out
"CMSIS Version 2.0 adds support for Cortex-M4 and includes the CMSIS-DSP Library. The CMSIS-DSP Library provides the foundation for signal processing with Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4 processors. The Cortex-M4 version uses instruction set extensions that boost execution speed."
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CMSIS Peripheral Access Layer for TX03 (TMPM330/332/333) V2.1.0
ÂFor CMSIS version V1.30 released October 30 2009.
"TOSHIBA TX03 Peripheral Driver is a set of drivers for all peripherals found on the TOSHIBA TX03 series of ARM Cortex-M3 based microcontrollers. TMPM33x Peripheral Driver is an important part of TOSHIBA TX03 Peripheral Driver, which are designed for TMPM33x series MCUs."
ARM has posted a pre-release version of CMSIS library. CMSIS v2.00 Alpha (February 28, 2010) is available from ARM web page ZIP file link. Most of the changes are due to Cortex-M4 Processor Core being added to the standard, Cortex-M4 files are located in CM4 folder. Another addition is the proposal for the XML based description of the MCU peripheral registers or CMSIS-SVD (System View Description).