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Then you've successfully ported CLI. phew!
One down ? to go.

I'm porting the Arduino core stuff onto LPCs, slowly but surely smiley I think I can run any standard program now but haven't tested that much I admit.

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There are gotchas though, on the LPCs the GPIO ports don't work until you enable their clock, I spent some time wondering why my writes had no affect. Same goes with the  other peripherals.

Presumably this sort of thing will not bother any Due users.

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Arduino has Serial.begin() and TBH I don't know what-all that does. LPC.begin()?

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Serial.begin() just enables the UART, sets the baud rate etc.

On the Due the equivalent of an LPC.begin() will be in init() I would think. That's why they get the big bucks, so we don't have to worry about such things smiley

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"You think i can use a DUE on my project of a spaceship to go to the Moon ?!
PS- My Arduino UNO didnt had enough Sram ..."

http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2009/07/20/how-powerful-was-the-apollo-11-computer


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When the first landing was on the way down, a side program that was loaded crashed the computer.

That one caused a panic, the error message was a number btw.

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