While_one project on the STM32F4-Discovery with STM32CubeF4 in Eclipse

We carry on with the setup from our previous post, but we start by removing the GNU ARM C/C++ STM32Fx Project Templates plugin in Eclipse.
To be continued…

2 thoughts on “While_one project on the STM32F4-Discovery with STM32CubeF4 in Eclipse

  1. I regret the STM32Fx Project Templates plugin did not match your expectations.

    If you have suggestions on what you would like added/changed, please don’t hesitate to send them.

    Regards,

    Liviu

  2. Dear Liviu,

    Liviu Ionescu on August 27, 2014 at 7:41 pm said:

    > I regret the STM32Fx Project Templates plugin did not match your expectations.

    > If you have suggestions on what you would like added/changed, please don’t hesitate to send them.

    Thanks again for taking the time to write. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I am very impressed by your work and by the tools you make available to the community. As also mentioned, I will continue using your GNU ARM C/C++ Cross Compiler Support and GNU ARM OpenOCD Debugging support for Eclipse. When it comes to the actual templates, my decision is not final. It is just me again being a minimalist (I do strongly think that small is beautiful). CMSIS and STM32CubeF4 provide a lot already, and I just want to form my own opinion on what can be done with them, and whether or not I need templates on top of them.

    Hopefully, I will soon publish some more posts about that.

    Best regards,

    Alain Mosnier

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