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digitalmars.D - LDC ARM in target state

reply aberba <karabutaworld gmail.com> writes:
I have limited knowledge in embedded programming and I'm 
developing interest in Maker Culture. Python is popular in DIY 
maker projects but I don't want to go back to revise and improve 
my Python knowledge.

My interest is in using more recent and capable arm boards which 
can handle D.

What can I do and not do currently with LDC?

What advice can you give me (if I'm missing something)?
Jul 04
parent NotSpooky <zoteman94 gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 4 July 2017 at 10:46:12 UTC, aberba wrote:
 I have limited knowledge in embedded programming and I'm 
 developing interest in Maker Culture. Python is popular in DIY 
 maker projects but I don't want to go back to revise and 
 improve my Python knowledge.

 My interest is in using more recent and capable arm boards 
 which can handle D.

 What can I do and not do currently with LDC?

 What advice can you give me (if I'm missing something)?
Haven't really tried it but will in some weeks. As far as I know LDC works for compiling code for STM32 microcontrollers, however coding for them is a lot more complicated than using Arduinos, because you need to go low level (or use things like stm32duino but that doesn't use D and it's not as complete). At least they're cheap and powerful. Look at an STM32F103c8t6 for example.
Jul 04