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STM32F4xx libraries

Posted on Thursday, November 28th, 2013 in library by DP

STM32 F4 Series

mux writes:

I wrote a tutorial before on how to setup a toolchain and build the STM32F4xx standard peripheral drivers into one convenient library, since then, a few people have asked me about the library, so to make life easier, I downloaded the latest StdPeriph/CMSIS, in addition to a few other libraries that I might need later, and shared everything in one repository, which currently has the following libraries…

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2 Responses to “STM32F4xx libraries”

  1. Grant says:

    Is the STM32F4 the ‘top of the line’ in the STM32 stuff?

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