[sdiy] STM and TruStudio
ben.pi.bradley at gmail.com
Tue Feb 13 05:34:06 CET 2018
In a related question, how do people feel about different Arm Cortex M
development tools? What's your favorite and least favorite? A few
years ago I was using Keil's free 32k-code-limited version for the
STM32 boards, but I was often frustrated due to something 'breaking'
and getting an error message that I didn't understand where it was
coming from. I sometimes found help and fixes from online forums, but
it was time consuming and sure felt unproductive.
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 11:23 PM, Ben Bradley <ben.pi.bradley at gmail.com> wrote:
> Renesas has recently (a few years ago) started selling Arm Cortex M
> chips, and as I heard at a recent seminar on these, you can download a
> free, fully functioning IAR dev system that's solely for the Renesas
> I suppose you could redo a bunch of the support code for another
> maker's ARM Cortex M chips, but 1. that would be a lot of work, and 2.
> it goes totally against the license for these things.
> I've written a series of equates for various registers and I/O ports
> for smaller parts (68HC11) before writing much of the "real" code
> because I saw where I had a need for it, but that was almost 30 years
> ago when software (assembler!) vendors didn't always include such
> things. These Cortex M things are one or two orders of magnitude
> bigger as far as the number of peripherals and number of I/O registers
> per peripheral.
> On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 8:00 PM, <sleepy_dog at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Ha! Interesting move.
>> Indeed, ST logo everywhere.
>> i wonder whether they'll be fiddling with it so it will be harder to use
>> other implementors' Cortex M chips. Why would they provide a well polished
>> tool chain to enable you to use the competition's products...
>> That would make a lot of people rather unhappy.
>> - Steve
>> Am 13.02.2018 um 00:02 schrieb Neil Johnson:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Not sure if this is widely known, but late last year STM finally
>>> bought out Atollic, and now the previously paid-for Pro version of
>>> their Eclipse-based software development system is now FREE for the
>>> STM32 platform.
>>> This is actually quite awesome news if you have any interest in
>>> programming embedded micros.
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