Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools CMSIS-RTX with GCC on STM32F4 Discovery

von Raj V. (vermar)

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Happy to announce that I was successfully able to adapt the Discovery_F4 
MP3 project to Atollic TrueSTUDIO ARM v6.0.0 Lite version which is a 
free professional quality toolchain based on GCC and Eclipse.

This project was inspired by the works of Benjamin Vedder 
and Marco W. [Beitrag "STM32F4 Discovery MP3 Player - komplett mit Code"]. I was able 
to enhance and port their work to CMSIS-RTX environment based on Open 
Sensor Platform framework. Details and sources can be found at: 

Based on what Google is showing with some preliminary searching, this 
maybe the first project that provides a reference for CMSIS-RTX with GCC 
working on an STM32 device.


von Kirkina A. (Company: no) (alya)

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von Secure T. (Company: secureteam) (cicada3301)

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Hello Rajiv Verma, I appreciate your hard work. Great. When I tried it 
in my STM32F407G-DISC1 board, I found that the tempo was little bit 
slow. Apart from that, all are okay. Cheers


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