Thanks ala42 for sharing !!!
What state are your STM32F4 Libraries?(37 posts) (9 voices)
Excellent work. You have saved a lot of time for all of us porting to F4.
The internal directory structure for your code is quite different to the release maple-ide-0.0.12-windowsxp32 libraries I currently have. Can you tell me which base source you started from.
It may be that your directories are those before the copy into the maple-ide directory structure occurs?
I started with a git clone of https://github.com/leaflabs/libmaple.git taken on 18 September 2011. Here are the original files: http://ala42.cdfreaks.com/AeroQuad/maple-0.0.12_original_version.zip
I did not change the structure, just added the mapleSDfat lib as I needed it for a SC card test.
Besides the plain port I also replaced the I2C Wire lib with my version I made when the 0.0.9 version was too buggy for my I2C sensors and made some small bug and compatibility fixes.
Is there a step by step guide on configuring the maple IDE & ala42's code to work with the Discovery STM32 F4 (windows 7)? I'd love to port my Chipkit32 code over and see how it works on the blazing fast F4!
Thanks ala42. I will do some re-jigging to converge on your version and discard the release version I have.
Thanks for your comments on my I2C routines a few weeks back. I have now them running at around 350KHz which is good enough for now. I have also written a version of the servo routines to allow me to control the period separately for the camera gimbals and the motor control on UAVXArm. I was pushing Arm as the way to go two years back but failed to break loose from the now legacy UAVP board - squeezing quarts into pint pots ;).
ala42, can we communicate directly somehow? I'm working on the bootloader and need some info in regard to aeroquad boards. Also I'd like to coordinate efforts in order to avoid "reinventing the wheel".
Send me a PM at aeroquad.com
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