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STM32F0Discovery using generic GCC

Posted by Steven Grunza on September 13, 2012
I've put together a generic FreeRTOS demo that runs on ST Micro's STM32F0Discovery board. I've added 8 LED's and a RS-232 level shifter to my board. The code builds using Mentor Graphics lite version of CodeSourcery -- command line only. This code allows a minimal cost intro to FreeRTOS on ST's lowest cost CortexM0 eval board. If there is any interest in my posting this code, please let me know how to do it and I'll try to make it available.

Note: There's not much original code in this demo. I've basically taken bits and pieces to allow me to build it with free tools.

RE: STM32F0Discovery using generic GCC

Posted by Richard on September 13, 2012
That sounds great. There absolutely is interest in you posting the code! I wish more people would.

You can post it here: http://interactive.freertos.org/forums/135228-stmicroelectronics A few words on how to build and execute it would also be appreciated.

Regards.

RE: STM32F0Discovery using generic GCC

Posted by Steven Grunza on September 13, 2012
Ok. I'll write up some info and upload it, hopefully today.


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