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embedXcode relies on the tool-chain packed within the Processing-based Wiring-derived IDEs, like Energia for the LaunchPad.

 

So the question is where to find such an IDE for the STM32.

 

Actually, embedXcode already supports the STM32 F103RB, featured on the :arrow: Maple board which uses the Processing-based Wiring-derived :arrow: Maple IDE.

 

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Microcontroller: STM32 F103RB

Clock Speed: 72 MHz

Operating Voltage: 3.3V

Input Voltage (recommended): 3.0V-12V

Digital I/O Pins: 39

Analog Input Pins: 16

Flash Memory: 128 KB

SRAM: 20KB

64 Channel nested vector interrupt handler (including external interrupt on GPIO

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embedXcode relies on Energia for the framework.

 

So when Energia supports the C2000 Piccolo LaunchPad and the Stellaris LaunchPad (board scheduled for September 25th, 2012) and I have one of each boards for due tests, embedXcode will support them.

 

See issues :arrow: 105 and :arrow: 106 on Energia GitHub repository.

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Let me know if you need a c2000 LP or a Stellaris LP.

 

Sure, thanks!

 

Real test will start when a Processing-based Wiring-derived Arduino-like IDE supports those two LaunchPads.

 

I hope Energia is going to support them soon!

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New! Installation Package

 

embedXcode is now installed with a standard installation package. Installation is faster and easier.

 

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The Installation Guide and User Manual has changed for User Manual.

 

The package includes the templates, the code snippets, and the User Manual.

 

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Find it at the download page!

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As Arduino 1.0 is now stabilised and wide-spread, should embedXcode continue to support Arduino 23?

 

Answer the :arrow: poll

 

Please note this is not going to affect other platforms, like chipKIT MPIDE which is still based on Arduino 23 and continues to be supported as it.

 

Thank you for your input. The poll opens for one week.

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