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Part Number: RM46L852
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I am currently using the 15.12.03 LTS TI ARM compiler. I am wondering if I should upgrade it since I saw that newer releases exist.
Since I am using my RM46 and TI ARM compiler for safety projects, I need to carefully check the errata sheets and releases notes.Could you tell me where to find those and briefly tell me what are the differences ?
Thanks by advance,
Jules PatruSince I am using my RM46 and TI ARM compiler for safety projects, I need to carefully check the errata sheets and releases notes.
Those are available in the ARM section of TI compiler download page.
Jules Patrubriefly tell me what are the differences ?
The closest thing is the ARM (and other compilers) roadmap on the wiki page Production Compiler Releases. Unfortunately, it is already updated to show information only for the 16.X.0.LTS and 17.X.0.LTS releases. The information you need is in the release notes, but not in a brief form.
Thanks and regards,
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