Hi Jonas, > it seems that there are currently no device files provided for the STM32F100 > family.
We haven’t been working with the F1 yet, so a lot of background things are missing, like a tested linker- and startup script. You’d also have to check the peripheral implementations, since the F1 is quite old and probably has slightly different register layouts compared to the F3/F4. Unless you have some experience with stuff like that, it will probably be pretty hard to add support for the F100 right now, sorry. > It is advised to edit xpcc/tools/DeviceFileGenerator to modify existing or > add new devices. However, it is unclear to me how to do so. I haven’t had the time yet to document the DFG. However, understanding the DFG is not extremely important, as the device files can (and need to) be edited manually. It’s just a rather complicated “short-circuit” for generating _all_ possible device files. BUT: the DFG can already generate device files for all all STM32F*, but they are more than we can write support for or test with our small team ;-) > Can you provide me with some help to add support for the STM32F100 family? Here is a dump of all the newest device files that the DFG can generate: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mocxy5jbrth68ad/xml.zip You can simply unzip this folder and replace the `xpcc/src/architecture/platform/xml` folder with it. The device file that fits the STM32F100RBT6B is probably the stm32f100_101_102_103-c_r_t-4_6.xml. But without the proper linker- and startup script, there is no point in the device file, sorry to disappoint… Cheers, Niklas _______________________________________________ xpcc-dev mailing list email@example.com http://mailman.rwth-aachen.de/mailman/listinfo/xpcc-dev