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New Version released

posted Feb 23, 2011, 4:24 AM by Stefano Oliveri   [ updated May 15, 2011, 11:56 PM ]

The demo now supports the Firmware Component Architecture (FCA) concept.

I published a new web site in order to review my development approach without disposing all information I collected until today in this web site.


From now on I will publish all new content in the new web site:


www.stf12.org


Find information about the new version of this demo in this web page: http://www.stf12.org/developers/odev-linux.html

Uploaded demo v1.3.0

posted Aug 31, 2010, 6:26 AM by Stefano Oliveri   [ updated Aug 31, 2010, 7:01 AM ]

This version was developed on STM3210E-EVAL board powered by the hi-density STM32 MCU.

The full project (FreeRTOS sources, Common demo files, project specific files) is available at the download web area of the site. If you have a working configuration you can download only the project files from the download area: CORTEX_STM32F103E_Eclipse_Linux .

What's news:
- FreeRTOS v6.0.1
- Support for ST Standard Peripheral Library v3.2.0 (CMSIS compliant).
- Minor change in the startup file.
- Updated Common to version 1.3.5 in order to support this demo.
- Tested on Eclipse Helios.
- Support for GNU-ARM MBS Plug-in.

Uploaded OpenOCD v2.0beta

posted Feb 7, 2010, 9:03 AM by Stefano Oliveri

OpenOCD has migrated from SVN to git repository. The demo page was updated to explain how to install and use git to build OpenOCD. The file OpenOCD_V2.0.tar.gz, at the bottom of the demo page, contains the updated script to automate this task.

Uploaded demo v1.2.0

posted Aug 7, 2009, 11:17 AM by Stefano Oliveri   [ updated Aug 31, 2010, 6:30 AM ]

This version was developed on STM3210E-EVAL board powered by the hi-density STM32 MCU.

The full project (FreeRTOS sources, Common demo files, project specific files) is available at the download web area of the site. If you have a working configuration you can download only the project files from the downloar area: CORTEX_STM32F103E_Eclipse_Linux.

What's news:
- FreeRTOS v5.3.0
- ST Standard Peripheral Library v3.0.1 (CMSIS compliant)
- New Makefile structure:
    - It is now possible to specify the output folder for all files produced by the build process such as the object files.
- Tested on Eclipse Galileo.

Uploaded OpenOCD_v1.4beta

posted Aug 3, 2009, 10:52 AM by Stefano Oliveri

What's new:
- Tested with OpenOCD trunk 2570.
- The patch file is not applied for trunk greater than 2000.

Uploaded OpenOCD_v1.3beta

posted Jun 2, 2009, 10:18 AM by Stefano Oliveri   [ updated Jun 2, 2009, 11:13 AM ]

Portions of OpenOCD are compiled as shared library.  To build OpenOCD with success is now needed to install the libtool package. For more information look at the point n. 5 of the Developer environment setup section.

What's new:
- The script  now uses the command ldconfig in order to correctly manage the libopenocd.a dynamic library installed in the /user/local/lib folder.
- Try to manage different OpenOCD versions.

Uploaded OpenOCD_v1.2beta

posted May 18, 2009, 2:39 PM by Stefano Oliveri

Now it is possible to pass a revision number to the update script in order to downland and compile a specific version. This is useful when the the last revision of OpenOCD (HEAD) does not compile with success or is not stable.

Uploaded demo_src_v1.1

posted May 18, 2009, 2:10 PM by Stefano Oliveri

This version was developed on STM3210E-EVAL board powered by the hi-density STM32 MCU.

What's news:
- Updated FreeRTOS version 5.2.0 that introduces performance improvement on queue management.
- Updated LCD driver.

I built and tested this version using Sougery G++ Lite version 2009q1-161: it solves a GDB bug of the previous version.

Uploaded OpenOCD v1.1beta

posted Apr 9, 2009, 2:17 PM by Stefano Oliveri

This version update the trunk.patch script. It is needed by OpenOCD trunk 1454 and greater.
This last version of OpenOCD improves the performance of STM32.

Added the new Linux demo

posted Mar 17, 2009, 4:29 PM by Stefano Oliveri

This demo (try to) show how to configure the Eclipse based development environment for FreeRTOS based embedded application on Linux host.

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