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STM32 Gets the Cortex-M7 - STM32F746

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I'm gonna wait for it to mature a bit before using it... Also not a big fan of the cube when there's a more solid library.

But yea that power!
And the board looks so cool, it's 50$ but it brings so much stuff!

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^True. I think their driver libraries need to mature a bit. They have made quite a few changes jumping from a standalone HAL to Cube. I just checked CubeMX. They seem to have a different download for every family. In a way. I like how TI distributes their TivaWare.

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It seems to me like it's in a bit of a no-man's-land, between MCU RTOS options and Linux.  I can't think of what I want to do with it: I'm either doing things for M0/M3, a few rare things for M4 that benefit from floating point (or fast ADCs that typically come with the M4 MCUs), or else I want Linux.  I guess I hold-out hope that there's a roadmap where M7 MCUs get enough RAM & ROM to start running lightweight Linuxes.

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