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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Questions about CMSIS prograsmming for STM32F407


Author: gizmo (Guest)
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Hello Guys,


Im Owner of a STM32F407 Discovery Board and want to start with ARM 
Development, to do that i want only use the CMSIS Library from ARM not 
the
HAL or SPL Libraray.

On a Video about CMSIS Development they say that i need Chip specific 
Files from the Vendor to Program a ARM Based Mcrocontroller.

Can someone tell me where i can get the Vendor specific Files for 
STM32F407


I want to write my code with Nano and Compile from the Console.
Can i copy all the Files from the CMSIS Core Folder and the Vendor 
specific File also and the Startup File into my Projectfolder ?

How does your Folderstructure looks like when you make a Project without 
IDE ?

What is with the Startup File where can i get it for STM32F407 ?

Thanks in advance

gizmo

Author: tooltip (Guest)
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gizmo wrote:
> What is with the Startup File where can i get it for STM32F407 ?

The startup file is part of the tool chain, part of the IDE. ;-)

Author: Torsten Robitzki (Guest)
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Have look at this github repo: 
https://github.com/modm-io/cmsis-header-stm32

The people of that project care more about the correctness of the header 
than ST does.

Author: Mampf (Guest)
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gizmo wrote:
> Can someone tell me where i can get the Vendor specific Files for
> STM32F407

Here you can download the StdPeriphLibrary for STM32F4xx without HAL.

gizmo wrote:
> How does your Folderstructure looks like when you make a Project without
> IDE ?
>
> What is with the Startup File where can i get it for STM32F407 ?

You should use an IDE which can generate a complete sample project. The 
project normally includes the StdPeriphLib.

GnuARM-Plugin für Eclipse could do this. But I think CoIde is also fine. 
Most IDEs do.

Author: Mampf (Guest)
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