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… working with eclipse and want to use a new workbench for STM32 development, including the new STM32F7xxx, than maybe this IDE is the one for you

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Looks interesting! thx

Working with Eclipse is like stabbing myself in the eye. Unfortunately, there’s not much better unless you’re willing to pay for it :frowning:

@ godefroi - There is this rather low on price (starting at $89), integrating in VS 2005-2015, already supporting a wealth of MCUs including STM32Fxxx, currently in beta with STM32F7 BSP support and more …

http://visualgdb.com/download/

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I can vouch for VisualGDB too. I use it for developing for Raspberry Pi using a cross compiler and Visual Studio Community Edition as the IDE. I have not tried it on STM32 yet, but I’m sure it will work just as well.

The nice thing is that they also give you a full month free trial to see if it work out for you.

I have done the most endavouring app (blinky) on a STM32F411 Nucleo and the STM32F429 Discovery using VisualGDB and both were not giving me troubles. Just have to follow the tutorials and adopt the I/O Ports a bit. Worked as expected for me …

I’ve heard great things, but at $90 I put it out of the reach of the hobbyist market, and certainly underpriced for the commercial market. A free not-for-commercial-use version would be awesome!

That would require honest people :slight_smile:

Even UPS here send me PDF documents with this on every second page.

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So what do you guys use for RLP development then? Can the aforementioned tools work?

The only RLP I’ve ever done I did with Yagarto.