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How to quickly import a STM32CubeMX project inside an Eclipse project

I've implemented a faster way to automatically import CubeMX project into an Eclipse tool-chain based on the GNU ARM Plugin, as described either on this blog and in my book. I've implemented a bare-bone python script that simply "translates" a CubeMX project for the SW4STM32 (aka AC6) tool-chain in a project generated with the GNU ARM plugin. The script can be downloaded from …

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Getting started with STM32F746G-DISCO

ST Microelectronics recently expanded its portfolio of STM32 microcontrollers with the new STM32F7 family. These are the new best-in-class MCUs from ST, with a Cortex-M7 core able to run up to 216Mhz (future releases will run up to 400Mhz with 2000 CoreMark index), with an internal flash up to 1Mb and 360Kb of RAM. STM32F7 is also able to run …

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Running FreeRTOS on a STM32Nucleo using a free GCC/Eclipse toolchain

Using a micro like the STM32F4, able to run up to 160Mhz, with 512Kb of flash and about 100k of RAM, without using an operating system is a nonsense. Although it's perfectly possible to use some forms of cooperative scheduling to execute firmware activities, basically this not convenient especially when dealing with low level events related to hardware (eg. interrupt …

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Build STM32 applications with Eclipse, GCC and STM32Cube

If you landed to this page, you probably already know that I've covered this topic in the past. I showed in a series made of three posts how to successfully setup a complete Eclipse/GCC ARM tool-chain to develop applications for the STM32Nucleo-F4 developing board. Since then, many people have reported me positive feedback on that tutorial. But, some of them …

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Setting up a GCC/Eclipse toolchain for STM32Nucleo – Part III

Let's recap what we've done in the two previous parts of this series. In the first part we've configured Eclipse and GCC to build applications for the ARM-Cortex platform. We've used the GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins to generate a minimal yet working example (a simple blinking LED app) for our STM32 Nucleo board. Next, we've used the CubeMX tool from …

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Setting up a GCC/Eclipse toolchain for STM32Nucleo – Part II

In the first part of this series we've successfully setup a minimal yet working tool-chain to develop applications for the STM32 family (we've especially focused on STM32Nucleo developing board). We've based the tool-chain over the Eclipse IDE and the GCC cross-compiler for ARM Cortex platform. We've also created a test project (a simple blinking LED) and uploaded it on our …

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Setting up a GCC/Eclipse toolchain for STM32Nucleo - Part I

I recently got in my hands a new development board from STMicroelectronics: STM32Nucleo. It's a development board based on the STM32 MCU and it is compatible with the Arduino UNO pinout. This means that it's possible to use the hundreds of shields available for the Arduino. However this is true in theory, since the most important aspect of Arduino's world …

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