New version of ARM compilers brings support for Cortex-M0. Check it out!

ARM compilers v4.0.0 released!
 

With the version 4.0.0. of ARM compilers, we bring support of Cortex-M0 microcontrollers. 24 new devices from STM32F0 family are supported from this release. We provided examples for STM32F0 Discovery board. Enter the world of Cortex-M0 with this popular starter kit.

We added library for DAC module in STM32 families as well as new functions in PortExpander, PS2 and Conversion libraries. New features and improvement which were a part of Live Updates v3.3.1, v3.3.2 and v3.3.5 are all included in the latest release, including the support of 50 TIVA M4 C devices.

We fixed incorrect access to float variables on stack for M4 devices, ADC library for STM32 and resolved a bug with HID Bootloader example and USB 3.0 port.

You may read the full release changes at the Specifications tab of each compiler’s webpage.

Make sure to visit the mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal webpages and download this fantastic new compiler version now!

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