[fpc-pascal] ARM STM32F Processor

Jeppe Johansen jepjoh2 at kom.aau.dk
Sat Sep 4 12:40:50 CEST 2010

  Den 04-09-2010 12:37, Rainer Stratmann skrev:
> Am Saturday 04 September 2010 11:57:25 schrieb Jeppe Johansen:
>>    Den 04-09-2010 10:50, Rainer Stratmann skrev:
>>> Is it possible to compile for this device?
>> Yes
>>> Can somebody help?
>> Yes
>>> I want to switch from Atmel (8bit) to ARM.
>>> I Also need hardware demo board, if someone has an example.
>> I have a small guide here: http://j-software.dk/stm32f103.aspx
>> I think this looks like a nice board:
>> http://www.futurlec.com/STM32_Development_Board.shtml Both well featured
>> and cheap :)
>> I have this board: http://www.futurlec.com/ET-STM32_Stamp.shtml It has
>> no features except for a serial port, but it's cheap
>> There are still a few things missing in the rtl, before you can use
>> interrupts, but principally most should be doable with FPC
> What does that mean exactly?
> Is it possible to deal with interrupts?
> The FPC program is simply transfered to the controller by uploading with its
> usart interface?
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I don't know if it's directly possible to use interrupts, but I would 
guess it is

The FPC program is compiled just like a C program. The resulting hex 
file is then burned to the flash, either using JTAG, or a bootloader via 
usart. STM32F103 comes with a bootloader from the factory

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