Christian Taedcke <hacking@...>
Am Freitag, den 22.11.2019, 08:17 -0600 schrieb Kumar Gala:
I owe a response to this, but haven’t had time to think about it in aThank you, i missed the answer somehow. Your mail gives me some good
Yes, it does.On Nov 19, 2019, at 6:02 AM, Christian Taedcke <hacking@...Does the EFM32PG12B Cortex-M4 have floating point support?wrote:Hello,
There is also the e.g. efm32gg12b which has more peripherals and theBecause of this Silabs does not provide an extra development board,So I don’t know if renaming efm32pg12b to efm32Xg12b makes sense to
peripherals are at different addresses.
But since most of the abstraction is handled by the silabs gecko hal,
it might be good to combine multiple families in the same soc folder.
I will give it a try and open a RFC later.
I did not think about that. That helps. I will have a look at the nxp2. Since there is no development board for the EFM32JG12B soc, iIt should be doable, we have several boards that support different
It does, thank you.