[sdiy] STM and TruStudio
maohelin at gmail.com
Thu Feb 15 20:42:28 CET 2018
I use STMCubeMX with the new TrueStudio STM32. It was very difficult to get
the generated code (by the CubeMX) to compile at all. I had to add many
defines in IDE. I choose to use the LL Api instead of HAL. Using
the arm-none-eabi-size command it says the code for stm32f031f6 which just
polls an input pin and if zero outputs a pulse (to be embedded into a
cooker hood used as air conditioning system, to keep it running 24/7) the
code size is 5560 bytes which is OK (might be I had some unnecessary LL
Now, CubeMX can also generate a Makefile project (haven't tried yet to
compile any generated makefiles) so you could get rid of Eclipse. As an IDE
the Visual Studio might be worth trying, see
On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 7:04 PM, KA4HJH <ka4hjh at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Feb 13, 2018, at 11:46 AM, MTG <grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com>
> > I've only ever written one Mac Desktop app before, but the ecosystem
> changes a lot/often and the Apple developer program can be a hassle. I
> realize that Mac is HUGE for the music community, but as a PC developer I
> found the whole experience rather painful. The best part of the experience
> was the tabbed folders in Finder.
> It's the Apple Way™, two steps forward, one step back.
> With a virtual machine you can run Windows, Linux, older versions of OS
> X—whatever. I have a couple for emergencies.
> I'm just sayin'. Back to the topic...
> Terry Bowman, KA4HJH
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