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Tag Archives: stm32cubemx

Getting started with the STM32 Nucleo-F746ZG

Finally the totally new Nucleo-F746 is in my hands! This is the first development kit of the Nucleo-144 line from ST, and I've to say that probably, at that street price (~23$), is the best development kit a maker can find on the market, if you consider that a genuine Arduino DUE costs more than 40$ and its MCU is just …

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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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Running STM32CubeMX on Mac OS. Finally!

Being a STM32 programmer on Mac OSX, I was frustrated every time I had to launch a virtual machine running Windows only to use the STM32CubeMX tool from ST. For those of you new to this program, it's a really useful graphical tool that allows to automatically generate setup files for a STM32 MCU according the configuration we need. For example, …

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