[sdiy] STM and TruStudio
maohelin at gmail.com
Thu Feb 15 20:46:24 CET 2018
See also the other tutorials:
If you've got any of the boards with the touch screen there's a nice
tutorial which tells how to use it:
On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 9:42 PM, Mikko Helin <maohelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> libs included).
> 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
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>> 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...
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