Here you go!
Now what are you going to do
but you will spend a week fussing around getting an old version of eclipse working with a hard to find plugin, matching versions, editing enviroments and general bullshit just to upload "hello world"
whether the xmegas are "skippable"
Why is the Pi relatively slow?
Quote from: JoeN on Oct 02, 2012, 08:42 pmWhy is the Pi relatively slow?If you want to re-run his tests on your own I think it would be interesting to either:1) Optimize the operating system; shut down all unnecessary processes (notably X), disable networking, etc. and see if you can get more speed.2) Run multiple instances of the pin toggling program on seperate pins. One process might be able to toggle a pin at 20MHz, but I'd expect two processes to toggle pins at greater than 10MHz.
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