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ARM mbed
#1
I've read multiple times that ARM mbed is to be supported, but I found no news of progress (or if it's done). Is this still being worked on?
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#2
as far as mbed hardware platforms go, this is the most complete list i have read,
https://os.mbed.com/platforms/
why the padi is not listed is anybody's guess.
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#3
Try this link: https://os.mbed.com/platforms/Realtek-RTL8195AM/

The PADI is a RTL8710AF, but based on my understanding this is just a cut down version of the RTL8195AM. They seem to use the same SDK for Arduino and GCC so you can probably use the ARM mbed environment by setting the target to the RTL8195AM chip. That said the RTL8710AF does not support all the features of the full chip and you may have to modify the config file slightly.
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