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rtully


Joined: Oct 4, 2019
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Hi, I need to swap a project originally compiled for a nodemcu to a 32bit board and I'm wondering if anyone has TcMenu running on Stm32 based boards either f1 or f4 coretex? Thanks
davetcc


Joined: Jan 19, 2019
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At the moment the library has not been tested on ST32 boards. Either for it's Arduino runtime, mbed or native. It's quite probable that it would run with only minor changes on the Arduino ST32 implementation. Have you given it a try?

We are in the middle of a large refactor/rewrite of the design tool which will allow us to support mbed along with Arduino, once this is done, we'll be doing a full test of the ST32 boards. The first stage of the refactoring should be out in about a month (maybe slightly longer), but this will only replace what's there, the second phase will support mbed and other platforms.
rtully


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Thanks Dave for the fast reply as always, I am waiting on some chinese f4 borads to arrive and I will give it a go and let you know. I'll be trying the arduino core anyway as the other libraries in the project are all stm32 compatible already. Thanks R
davetcc


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Hopefully, given that it's basically ARM, it should work out of the box, depending on how well the ST32 Arduino implementation follows the existing 32 bit Arduino interfaces. If there's a compile problem somewhere, we should be able to fix that quite quickly or suggest a work-around.

Let me know once you've given it a try.

Thanks
Dave.
rtully


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Great stuff! will be in touch. Thanks again.
 
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