June 2, 2019
In continuation of the programming language enhancements introduced in
the last newsletter, we are excited to present the new and powerful
NX32L Compilation Mode supported
by the latest Linux based RTCU devices, such as the
RTCU NX-400 and the soon to be announced
NX32L Compilation Mode is designed to
fully tap into the power and capacity of the latest
devices, such as the
and the coming RTCU NX-200.
The key advantages of this compilation mode are as follows:
- Dedicated NX32L Architecture Compilation Mode.
- Much larger application program memory.
- Project Drive with support for
- Virtually unlimited size of array
- Uninitialized variables will not take up
space in the application image.
- Large String Support (LSS) is a fully integrated
- Enhanced handling of Platform Extensions and
the Internal Drive.
With the NX32L Compilation Mode and
the latest Firmware enhancements, the following application resources are
- Application image size increased
from 1 Mbyte (NX32) to 4 Mbyte.
- RAM size increased from 390 Kbyte
(NX32) to 4 Mbyte.
- Code size increased from 1 Mbyte
(NX32) to 2 Mbyte.
- Total number of dynamic strings
increased from 600 to 4096.
- Total maximum size of strings
increased from 128 Kbyte to 512 Kbyte.
- Number of threads increased from
20 to 64.
- Number of Semaphores increased
from 64 to 256.
- Number of Mutexes increased from
64 to 256.
- Number of Channels increased from
32 to 128.
- Total channel memory size
increased from 39 Kbyte to 256 Kbyte.
In addition to the above highlights, there are a lot of new
functionality and improvements released. Please follow the links below
for detailed release information:
To support the new NX32L Compilation Mode, the following products have
been updated accordingly:
Please download from
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