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Wilson developed the instruction set, writing a simulation of the processor in BBC BASIC that ran on a BBC Micro with a second 6502 processor.[32][33] This convinced Acorn engineers they were on the right track. Wilson approached Acorn's CEO, Hermann Hauser, and requested more resources. Hauser gave his approval and assembled a small team to design the actual processor based on Wilson's ISA.[34] The official Acorn RISC Machine project started in October 1983.




Digital Project V1-R4-x86 64 bit


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In 2005, about 98% of all mobile phones sold used at least one ARM processor.[51] In 2010, producers of chips based on ARM architectures reported shipments of 6.1 billion ARM-based processors, representing 95% of smartphones, 35% of digital televisions and set-top boxes, and 10% of mobile computers. In 2011, the 32-bit ARM architecture was the most widely used architecture in mobile devices and the most popular 32-bit one in embedded systems.[52] In 2013, 10 billion were produced[53] and "ARM-based chips are found in nearly 60 percent of the world's mobile devices".[54]


ARM cores are used in a number of products, particularly PDAs and smartphones. Some computing examples are Microsoft's first generation Surface, Surface 2 and Pocket PC devices (following 2002), Apple's iPads, and Asus's Eee Pad Transformer tablet computers, and several Chromebook laptops. Others include Apple's iPhone smartphones and iPod portable media players, Canon PowerShot digital cameras, Nintendo Switch hybrid, the Wii security processor and 3DS handheld game consoles, and TomTom turn-by-turn navigation systems.


To improve the ARM architecture for digital signal processing and multimedia applications, DSP instructions were added to the set.[112] These are signified by an "E" in the name of the ARMv5TE and ARMv5TEJ architectures. E-variants also imply T, D, M, and I.


ProjectNe10 is ARM's first open-source project (from its inception; while they acquired an older project, now named Mbed TLS). The Ne10 library is a set of common, useful functions written in both Neon and C (for compatibility). The library was created to allow developers to use Neon optimisations without learning Neon, but it also serves as a set of highly optimised Neon intrinsic and assembly code examples for common DSP, arithmetic, and image processing routines. The source code is available on GitHub.[134]


Windows applications recompiled for ARM and linked with Winelib, from the Wine project, can run on 32-bit or 64-bit ARM in Linux, FreeBSD, or other compatible operating systems.[194][195] x86 binaries, e.g. when not specially compiled for ARM, have been demonstrated on ARM using QEMU with Wine (on Linux and more),[citation needed] but do not work at full speed or same capability as with Winelib.


Whether toolchains support LTO is often unclear: all of the C compiler,the Fortran compiler19 and linker haveto support it, and support it by the same mechanism (so mixing compilerfamilies may not work and a non-default linker may be needed). It hasbeen supported by the GCC and LLVM projects for some years withdiverging implementations.


The toolsets used for 64-bit Windows from 2008 to 2022 were based onMinGW-w64. The assistance of Yu Gong at a crucial step in porting Rto MinGW-w64 is gratefully acknowledged, as well as help from Kai Tietz,the lead developer of the MinGW-w64 project and from Martin Storsjo.


The installation consists of up to four Apple packages:27 for the Intel build, org.R-project.R.fw.pkg,org.R-project.R.GUI.pkg, org.r-project.x86_64.tcltk.x11and org.r-project.x86_64.texinfo. You can use sudo pkgutil--forget if you want the Apple Installer to forget about the packagewithout deleting its files (useful for the R framework wheninstalling multiple R versions in parallel), or after you havedeleted the files. NB: the package names are case-sensitive andthe R domain is given inconsistently.


A few of the binary packages need other software to be installed on yoursystem. In particular packages using Gtk+ (RGtk2,cairoDevice and those that depend on them) need the GTKframework installed from -project.org/libs/: theappropriate version at the time of writing was -project.org/libs/GTK_2.24.17-X11.pkg.


The current out-of-the-box default for clang++ is to use theC++ runtime from the installed g++. Using the runtime fromthe libc++ project (Fedora RPMlibcxx-devel) via -stdlib=libc++ has also beentested.


Other distributions of clang may be available from -project/releases/ (sometimes onlyfor Intel and usually unsigned/not notarized which makes them hard touse, especially on arm64). In particular, these include supportfor OpenMP which Apple clang does not. Some of these haveincluded support for the ASAN and UBSAN sanitizers.


Checking packages thoroughly requires ghostscript (part of the fullMacTeX distribution or separately from , including for HighSierra) and qpdf (from -project.org/bin//,a version of which is in the bin directory of a binaryinstallation of R, usually/Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Resources/bin/qpdf).


Building the R.APP GUI console is a separate project, using Xcode.Before compiling R.APP make sure the current version of R isinstalled in /Library/Frameworks/R.framework and is working at thecommand-line (this can be a binary install).


More precisely,of the Apple package of the same name: this means that installing apackage for 3.6.x does not remove an installation for 4.0 or later, andthat Intel and ARM versions can be installed together, apart fromorg.R-project.R.GUI.pkg.


We fund the Npcap project by selling Npcap OEM. This special version of Npcap includes enterprise features such as the silent installer and commercial support as well as special license rights allowing customers to redistribute Npcap with their products or to install it on more systems within their organization with easy enterprise deployment. The Npcap free license only allows five installs (with a few exceptions) and does not allow for any redistribution. We offer two commercial license types:


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You can use the Maven packages defined in the following dependency to include MXNet in your Javaproject. The Java API is provided as a subset of the Scala API and is intended for inference only.Please refer to the MXNet-Java setup guide for a detailed set ofinstructions to help you with the setup process.


You can use the Maven packages defined in the following dependency to include MXNet in your Clojureproject. To maximize leverage, the Clojure package has been built on the existing Scala package. Pleaserefer to the MXNet-Scala setup guide for a detailed set of instructionsto help you with the setup process that is required to use the Clojure dependency.


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