[fpc-pascal] ARM STM32F Processor

DaWorm daworm at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 16:05:46 CEST 2011

You can also use one of the serial ports along with the BOOT0, BOOT1 and
RESET lines to program.  A TTL to RS232 adapter, or FTDI USB chip will also
be needed.  The protocol is easy, took me about a day to get working from
Delphi (using the serial handshake lines as IO to drive RESET and BOOT0).
On Sep 23, 2011 10:30 AM, "Roberto P." <padovani.r at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2011/9/19 Jeppe Græsdal Johansen <jjohan07 at student.aau.dk>
>> Den 19-09-2011 22:20, Roberto P. skrev:
>> Hi,
>> I think you can get an unbranded (no IAR, no Keil, etc...) flash
>> programming tool with a simple (but working) software from ST for about
>> euros.
>> Look here: http://www.st.com/internet/evalboard/product/251168.jsp
>> R#
>> I'm pretty sure it's still the same closed(and botched) protocol that's
>> used, as in the ST-Link emulator on the STM32-Discovery, meaning you can
>> only program the target using the ST endorsed IDE's
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> Hmm... no, you can develop any board of yours and by bringing out the VCC,
> GND and JTAG signals you can connect to the ST-LINK/V2 from ST, which I
> bought for 28 euros.
> Then you can download the STM32 ST-LINK utility from the web page I wrote
> before and flash any program in binary, Intel Hex or Motorola S-Record
> format. It has a graphic and a command-line interface.... pretty near to
> perfect, for me.
> R#
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