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How to start with ARM development in Ubuntu?
I've once programming with Keil C51, and later I found sdcc/uCsim is more elegant for me (though Keil C51 do optimization better), so I don't need Keil C51 anymore, and now I'm heavy relied on uCsim ...
Jun 7 '11 at 6:10
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