STM32F4 discovery makefile
gedare at rtems.org
Sun Nov 17 19:24:44 UTC 2013
On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 6:20 AM, sarraciro <sarraciro at yahoo.it> wrote:
> Cheers?... for this type of nonsense?? ... I look a little too
> much ! :) .. :D .. ;) !
> My board, in this moment, is an ST-board (an STM32F4-Discovery... we
> also the new kit with LCD on board (the STM32F429I-Disco). But the
> purpose is move on our board with the same class of processor.
> For Makefile I made a classic-way version in which I can:
> - define a system.h with RTEMS configuration macros;
> - define hardware macros for describe the hardware;
> - include files that contains function and prototypes (but for now in
> the same build-directory);
> - shrink the built firmware to fit in the flash memory (reduce the size
> of built exe);
> - clean all built objects;
> In this moment I suspended the packaging with Autotool
> (./configure,make)... because I worked to a rudimental-gpio-driver ...
> (achieved last night... with success...but with a warning)... and other
> When I can drive all processor resources I want try again to port the
> Makefile in Autotool version... in particular way I'm interested to
> deep-packaging (with subdirs for hw-libs, header and sources) and not
> RC (popovich)
> Il giorno dom, 17/11/2013 alle 11.35 +0100, emanuel stiebler ha scritto:
>> On 2013-11-03 03:03, sarraciro wrote:
>> > Hi guys,
>> > I have ported the template that I wanted ! :) !
>> > I had included also a (very) rudimental driver for flash the LEDs of
>> > STM32F4-Discovery..
>> > There are some warning (one I presume.. but it appear several time ..
>> > casting warning..) .. I'll try to fix it tomorrow...
>> > Thank again for support ... night!
>> > --
>> > RC
>> Hi RC,
>> did you use a board from the market, or did you use your own?
>> I'm just getting my own stm32f4 board in few days, so was enjoying
>> reading about your success ;-)
>> Did you continue to work on it?
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