[Oberon] Real-time multitasking using interrupt handlers

eas lab lab.eas at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 16:51:09 CEST 2014

> Wrong assumption - there is no obvious need for asm at all . One of ARM's
> promotional points for the Cortex-M range of microcontrollers is that no
> assembler is required and that all development can be done in C. Whatever
> can be done in C can be done just as well (or better) in Oberon.

That sounds like a closed-system: all the I/O has [tried to] be catered for,
and is hidden behind HLL. Like MacDonalds & MicroSoft: eat what we dish up ?

But no, that's inconsistent with the great free-control of 'modes'
eg. power consumption settings

== Chris Glur.

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