I've been looking over an Intel Curie module for a project.
From the datasheet it looks like the Curie module contains an Intel Quark D1000 embedded processor along with a lot of other components. I'd like to use those components in my design.
From all of the documentation I can find, it looks like the Curie's toolchain only supports using a higher level toolkit (which only seems to support their real-time Zephyr RTOS).
But the quark has a development environment called Intel System Studio that supports using assembly, C, and can run on Linux and Windows.
If I use the Curie module will I still be able to do development at a low level using the Intel System Studio, upload code and debug it via JTAG tools, or will I not be able to do this?
I'm OK with writing my own stuff for the other modules in the Curie module module. I'm thinking that the higher level things just add some libraries and calling wrappers for those things. If that's the only issue I'm ok with that. I'm just wanting to know if anyone has experience with this and I'll be able to write using the Intel System Studio.