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Getting STM32 Boards Listed in the ACCLV Boards selection.
September 28, 2016
11:52 am
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Nanocore
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I have installed the addons for ARM bits for the Zero and STM 32 Bits in the Arduino C and they all appear there and things are ok. I have also done blink on the Zero from A IDE and LV but the STM32 Boards don't show in the Selection.

 

How do I enable them in the ACCLV selection list?

Lets do things right, but on the way I am sure I will be 1 bit out......
September 28, 2016
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STM boards are not supported.  Only Arduino boards.  Please refer to the supported hardware section of the product page.

September 30, 2016
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Arduino IDE 1.6.9;   Windows 7

Board manager packages for the stm32duino code were created:

http://dan.drown.org/stm32duin.....index.json

If you want to use it, put that URL in File->Preferences->Additional Boards Manager URLs. And then under Tools->Board->Boards Manager, find the stm32f* entry you need and hit the install button on it.

September 30, 2016
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I know they are are not officially listed but at the end of the day it is just the same compiler being called from the Arduino IDE so if I create some peripheral librarys for the STM parts in LV it should be good to go yes?

Lets do things right, but on the way I am sure I will be 1 bit out......
September 30, 2016
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I haven't looked if the microcontroller on this board is the same one used by the Arduino board. If so, you may get away with using the compiler as is. But as mentioned previously, we won't be able to support it in case you come across weird behavior.

Cheers Filipe
October 1, 2016
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Thanks SCADAO that did the trick now showing the boards in the menu. Thanks for your help......

Lets do things right, but on the way I am sure I will be 1 bit out......
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