Thanks Gus and Rajesh, I see that I can work out how much flash I am using by adding up the sizes of the PE Assemblies that Visual Studio loads into the Usbizi chip. What I want to know is how much flash is still [italic]free[/italic]. To work that out, I need to know how much is available to Visual Studio once the firmware has been loaded (i.e. on a chip that has been freshly “erased” in MFDeploy).
Is the FAQ saying I have 100KB for my own PE assembly based on some reasonable assumptions of which GHI and Microsoft assemblies it references? It cannot be 100KB for ALL assemblies because Visual Studio reports it is already deploying considerably more than that.
My own assembly is reported as follows:
Assembly: FEZ Domino Application (126.96.36.199) (1280 RAM - 13048 ROM - 4309 METADATA)
But 15 other assemblies from Microsoft and GHI are also being deployed, which make up the rest of the total given in the OP.
The FAQ claims I am unlikely to run out of flash if I “manage to write the code properly”. I’d just like to be able to keep a running check on how I am doing against this (possibly quite demanding) standard!