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Sun Sep 19 20:29:28 CEST 2010

The good thing about microcontrollers ..

.. is that RAM is pristine.  Apart from having to deal with hardware
interfaces, there are very little limitations about how to use memory.

( Forget for a moment the possibility to reserve _part_ of the RAM and
Flash for code with standard calling conventions and non-moving flat
memory layout. )

The point is that building a more useful graph memory on top of
RAM/Flash combo is doable when you can design the whole system.




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