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Pico on Arm Computers?

Postby brent99 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:49 am

I currently use Pico with Linux on Intel chips but I am interested in running it on an Arm processor. It occurs to me that the .so library probably needs to be recompiled in order for this to work. What can be done about this?

My company is looking at migrating to Arm chips, which would mean we need a picoscope library recompiled for arm or we'll have to drop Picoscope from our parts list for a huge product line. Any chance someone would be willing to cross-compile those libraries or make the source available?
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Re: Pico on Arm Computers?

Postby Martyn » Mon Feb 25, 2013 2:58 pm

The only device we currently have that works with an Arm based processor is the DrDAQ which has drivers for the Raspberry Pi.

We don't have development time, or resource, to work on other devices at the present time and we do not release our source code.
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