[stm32f4] status of the bsp

Tomasz Gregorek tomasz.gregorek at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 16:39:48 UTC 2014

2014-09-19 18:26 GMT+02:00 Chris Nott <chrisn at vl.com.au>:

>   Interrupts working yes.
> No I don't mind. It's a bit of a mess though, I was in the process of
> doing another cleaner USB device implementation for BeagleBone Black, which
> I was then going to backport to STM32F4 and eventually maybe work towards
> some sort of general RTEMS USB device framework.
> Actually I got the BB black code enumerating as well, I just ran out of
> time to work on it.
> I'll send the STM32 project to you soon, I will be travelling for the next
> week so if I don't get a chance tonight it will probably be in a week or so.
> Regards,
> Chris.
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> On 19 September 2014 00:43:59 Tomasz Gregorek <tomasz.gregorek at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Hi Chris
>> Yes, I am very interested.
>> I guess you have interrupts working there?
>> Do you mind your code or work based on it to end up under RTEMS licence
>> on the git repository?
>> Thanks
>> 2014-09-19 6:00 GMT+02:00 Chris Nott <chrisn at vl.com.au>:
>>>   Hi, I was fiddling with this platform and got as far as a project
>>> implementing a USB device. If you are interested I could send you the code.
>>> It hasn't been touched for a while, it may or may not have bit rot.
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>>> On 18 September 2014 12:12:21 Tomasz Gregorek <tomasz.gregorek at gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hello
>>>> I am interested in development of the stm32f4 bsp.
>>>> We have small project based on the STM32F429 MCPU which we would like
>>>> to run RTEMS on.
>>>> From the current code one could say there is not much. Only UART in
>>>> polling, started I2C, some defines and few registers descriptions,
>>>> interrupts just touched.
>>>> Is anyone working on this so I would not double the work?
>>>> What is current status of the work?
>>>> Who can I contact for some initial information about bsps?
>>>> Still a lot of reading to do...
>>>> Best regards
>>>> Tomasz
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No worries, we have some work to do.
We have clocks settings and UART interrupt driven implementations almost
ready and will be sending those for the review in a day or two. I2C and SPI
drivers are the next targets.

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