touché on both!BlackBrix wrote: ↑Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:10 pmbecause the core could be executed on all extisting or future boards with 16MHz-crystal then.mrburnette wrote:Why should the core be changed for a one-off initiative ?
there's done no overclocking, it is still all the same like on the 8MHz-crystal boards:
pll=72Mhz / APB1=36Mhz / AHB=72Mhz / USB=48MHz
However, our forum owner and master edit-meister, Roger Clark wrote this line less than 24 hours ago:
It is absolutely prudent that all members understand that this forum is a private venture, not commercial, is sponsored and maintained essentially by one human being who does strive to "have a life" beyond the forum. IMO, requesting core changes should be minimized to fixes for faults and high-priority enhancements that benefit a large portion of the membership. Minimal changes that affect a small population of members need to be documented but can easily be managed off-line, parallel to the master github account. Or, create a parallel github branch and sync only as needed... I know several members have taken this approach.I know there are a stack of PRs that I have to process, but I've had a very busy end to 2017 with both work and home life which have to take priority.