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Is lpcware.com dead or just down?

Question asked by Erik Walthinsen on Apr 6, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 21, 2017 by Marc Prager

For the last several days I've kept running into roadblocks where about 2/3rds of the resources I'm trying to get my hands on are located on lpcware.com, which has not been responding.  The site's had a comment for a while about how "all content is moving to nxp.com", but that very much is not the case as far as I can tell.  The most immediate example is AN1117 and the various multicore example projects for the lpc43xx.  Neither google or nxp.com are able to find any hint of them existing anywhere *except* lpcware.com, and every page that references them (especially those on nxp.com) all link to lpcware.com.

If it really is NXP's intent to completely shut off lpcware.com, then they'd better pay attention to all the content they're outright eliminating.  They need to go through the entirety of their documentation and correct every single link, after verifying that the content linked to actually *exists* on nxp.com.

Don't get me started on the amount of *ancient* data that comes up whenever searching for anything.  NXP has changed horses so many times over the years that I'm far more likely to find examples and documentation for something that's 2 or even 3 generations back, rather than something that actually matters.

If it weren't for the ADCHS, I'd be looking elsewhere, honestly.

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