I've been researching XMOS multicore microcontrollers lately so that I can use them soon. I've worked with many development boards, even made a few of my own, although there is one thing that I don't understand about their controllers.
When they discuss the pin descriptions of any controller, they describe some as being 1-bit, and others being 4-bit or 8-bit or something. How can they be multi-bit? I thought that if the pin was digital, it is 1-bit because of its nature.
Apologies, I didn't give the actual datasheet. Here:
on page 6