Numeric PACK Example

This archive contains the NUM pack for a number of couple of compiler and architecture.
Supported MicroEJ Version: 3.1
Supported MicroEJ Edition: SDK
Last updated:
16 July 2015
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# Overview
This file describe how to setup your MicroEJ environment to use the Num library and run a Num Java example.

# Requirements
- MicroEJ 3.1

# Content
- /PACKS: contains the Num library for each architecture/compiler. This library needs to be added into a Java platform.
- /LL: Num library Low level C driver (BSP)
- README: this file

# Project Setup
- Import in MicroEJ the NUM pack corresponding to your Java Platform Architecture from /PACK (e.g. PACKS/ARM_Cortex-M0_GCC/numeric.xpfp)
	- File > Import > MicroEJ > Platforms and Packs: select the corresponding .xpfp
- Create a new platform: 
	- File > New > MicroEJ > Java Platform.
	- Select a Java Platform Architecture which contains the imported NUM pack and choose the Basic Platform example.
- Copy/Paste the LL/LLNUM.c into your bsp project:
	- Locate the file main.c in the [platform]-bsp project.
	- Copy LLNUM.c in the same folder as main.c.
	- Configure your [platform]-bsp project in order to add LLNUM.c to the compiled source files (needed for Keil and IAR).
- Build the Platform:
	- Open the file example.platform in the [platform]-configuration project.
	- In the content tab, check "num".
	- In the Overview tab, click on Build Platform.
- Get one of the numeric examples from the ``.
- Follow the of the example.