[sdiy] I2C on STM32F0 parts

sleepy_dog at gmx.de sleepy_dog at gmx.de
Tue Nov 29 00:57:44 CET 2016

do you have both the clock for the peripheral and the I/O port in 
question enabled ?

Did you give the I2C peripheral a clock *before* giving it commands for 
configuration? The order is important, IIRC.

did you setup the correct alternate function / remap for the peripheral 
and pin?

You could look on the ST site for the nucleo and discovery boards for 
that MCU,
then under tab "design resources" or similar, look for app notes, examples,
or in the unzipped folder for the peripheral library,  somewhere in a 
subfolder, are examples on how to initialize most of the peripherals, I 
think. Those that I had found when I was fiddling with this stuff were 
sufficient, but perhaps it was for a newer MCU, I do remember this being 
a lot worse many years back (not that it's rosy now).

sry for breaked english i very tired ;)

Am 28.11.2016 um 23:36 schrieb Chris McDowell:
> Howdy list,
> Does anyone here have any examples or pointers for how to initialize and use the I2C peripheral on STM32F0 micros using the Standard Peripheral Library? I love the ST chips, and they -almost- always just work wonderfully, but I2C is really stumping me. I've spent a few days at work scoping data to no avail. I understand how it is supposed to work, but am missing something somewhere either in configuration, or in when to wait for which flags, etc. The examples included with the std periph lib aren't doing me much good (is this really how most folks get to know these libraries?) so any pointers would be greatly appreciated!
> Cheers,
> Chris
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