[sdiy] Microchip.. for futur projects, choice to do.. PICs or Arduino

Vladimir Pantelic vladoman at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 09:14:03 CET 2021


apart from above mentioned command line tools, ST provided software like Cube 
IDE (Eclipse based) and Cube MX run perfectly fine under Linux, you can also 
flash and debug from Cube IDE just fine. you can even update the STLINK debugger 
firmware from Linux.

CubeMX is a really nice tool to play with pin assignments and the clock setup. 
the code it generates although horrible to look at is quite nice as a starting 
point for your own stuff.


On 2/24/21 10:54 PM, Liam Wall wrote:
> Not sure if its changed, but last time i tried to use an STM discovery board all 
> the ST tools seemed to be windows only. That may or may not be a consideration 
> for you.
> 
> On Wed, 24 Feb 2021, 21:50 Ben Stuyts, <ben at stuyts.nl <mailto:ben at stuyts.nl>> wrote
> 
> 
>     Both Microchip and ST boards have an on-board debugger. They have free
>     development environments with support for debugging.
> 
> 
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