I've seen Freescale has published the new Freescale Embedded Sofwtare Motor Control Libraries ( so called FSLESL ) , now the more recent one is 4.2 ( see : http://www.freescale.com/products/arm-processors/kinetis-cortex-m/v-series/embedded-software-motor-control-and-power-conversion-libraries:FSLESL?tid=vanFSLESL ).
While in the last FSLES before 4.x ( i.e. version 3.0 ) on the documentation there was alwasy the execution time ( min, max ) in CPU cycles, now such information is missing.
I think that this missing information is critical for the embedded designer that, like in our case, has to use such product in a high real time system , i'm peaking about of motor control algorithms called on the occurence of a periodic interrupt with frequency quite high ( >= 8 KHz ).
So, my question is why such a fundamental information is missing now ..