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  1. Hello! I'm an Arduino old timer, been working with it for years, but I am new to this platform. I bought one of the new 'Connected Launchpads' with the ARM Cortex M4 (TM4C1294NCPDTI) microcontroller. Part of what tempted me to try this one is that it is supposed to have floating point support in the processor hardware. (Correct?) I have been working on a celestial clock that calculates sunrise, sunset, moonrise, set, phase, precise angles in the skies, tides, and various other astrological events, and displays it on a small LCD. It uses a cheap GPS module for the user's location an
  2. All, I have heard that there is a problem with the ARM libraries use in Energia. However searching I did not find details or fixes. Well, I just ran across the problem while trying to build my weather station. Since I do projects for many different processors. I use a batch file to do the actual build from my IDE (SlickEdit) rather than use the Energia or ARDUINO or TI IDE. I thought I got everything. Included below is my output. The problem is that I can't link to pos(float,float) as is is not found. If I build for AVR (Arduino) I can do it. My base is Energia-0101E0009
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