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RingBufferUint8 component together with Serial_LDD, and simply use the high level component called AsynchroSerial

Question asked by O M on Jul 14, 2013
Latest reply on Nov 13, 2013 by Bondan Suwandi

Hello

 

I looked at Erich blog, at the http://mcuoneclipse.com/2012/10/14/tutorial-printf-and-hello-world-with-the-freedom-kl25z-board/

 

The blog is very useful, and Erich efforts are not taken as granted.

Thanks a lot for doing all this stuff, for all of us.

(I wanted to reply there, but I don't know how)

 

A sort question:

Uarts 3,4,5 of K60 don't have buffers, so there is a risk to loose data.

 

What is the difference between using the new RingBufferUint8 component together with Serial_LDD, and simply use the high level component called AsynchroSerial (That has option to configure Input and Output buffer size) ?

 

BTW: till today I didn’t understand what to use. The LDD components or the high level components ?  and why this or the other.

(I don’t have OS)

 

Thanks a lot

  OM

 

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