Apparently STM has a .Net Micro port for this evaluation board. I’d be really interested in the experience of anyone who actually used it. Will I have to do a lot of work to get .Net Micro running on it? Assuming I can accomplish that, is it reasonable to assume that I’ll be able to run my existing Raptor/G400 programs on it without too much modification? Any other comments will be greatly appreciated.
One more question. The microcontroller on the 32F429IDiscovery looks like it has 8 UARTS. Any idea if the .Net Micro port provided by STM will support all 8? Is is correct to assume that Cuno and his team wrote the .Net Micro port that STM provides?
I don’t know if that’s officially an Oberon / CSA port, but it certainly did use the work they put into the porting kit.
I also think that this is only a 4.3 RTM port - which means there’s probably some good things that have been addressed that aren’t in that firmware. I’d love to have the later builds to leverage… if this is an Oberon port, it’d be great if @ Cuno and team could update it for the latest QFE build.