Vendors make new chips then we rush to support them in our compiler — it’s an ARM’s race. Our software department looked like a war room in these past few days, everyone in haste to get everything in order for the D-Day. And here it is, mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal for ARM version 4.5.0 is out, adding support for 151 new MCUs (for a total of 759)
While the previous ARM update was Tiva focused, this one adds support for new STM32s. There are ARM Cortex-M0, M0+, M3 and M4 among the 151 newly supported STM32 MCUs. Included are MCUs from the ultralow power L0 and L1 series, the high performance F4 series, as well as the so-called mainstream F0 and F3 series.
New libraries and functions are also added. Namely, NVIC_SetIntPriority function for STM MCUs, and an EEPROM library for TIVA.