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Porting NETMF 4.4 to an STM32F4


#22

@dweaver isn’t this the step that builds the .bat file?


#23

Just download the file here:

copy the GCC.STM32F411NUCLEO.bat to C:\netmf\netmf4_4_0


#24

do I still do the calls in step 9 or do I move on to step 10?


#25

If you are going to use the STM32F411 chip. @valon_hoti_gmail_com has the firmware compiled here:

Look in https://github.com/valoni/netmf-interpreter4x/tree/master/netfm4400


#26

I only have the STM32F401 in stock, I was just trying to get that version to build before I started changing header files for my build


#27

Go to step 10


#28

if I put the .bat file you suggested in the netmf4_4_0 folder and double click it, I still get the same build errors.

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#29

I have no idea why you are getting the error?


#30

When the build is complete delete or rename the BuildOutput directory. I don’t think this is the issue?


#31

@dweaver I was getting these errors with another port too.

I deleted the BuildOutput folder and re-ran the .bat file. Same errors.

Going to uninstall and reinstall Visual Studio…maybe I am missing some C extensions or something?

Should the Visual Studio Extensibility Tools Update 3 be installed with VS2015?


#32

so is the STM32F411 a drop in replacement for the STM32F401 just with more RAM/speed?


#33

@dweaver here is the first error I can see happening - fatal error c1083

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same error as this post:

After deleting build output and re-running the .bat third time, I think it successfully built the FW. Saw some yellow warnings flash by though


#34

I resolve this error in this way.

On Win10 removed all SDK
Installed latest Win 10
Installed latest Win 10 ADK (it will install sdk too)
Installed VS2015 Community full
Installed Net Microframework SDK 4.4

this step resolve my problems because of that header file.

Regards yellow warnings those maybe are appeared on first time or just ignore repeated things.


#35

@valon_hoti_gmail_com Uninstalling VS2015 then re-installing it wihle ensuring that all the extension options were checked solved my errors. I think I was missing some native assemblies from an extension or something.

Anyways, now I need to adapt this port to an STM32F401…I could definitely use some pointers. It is the same pin out, apparently just Flash and RAM settings need to be changed. What files are those located in?


#36

The yellow warning said it was extending something by 8 bytes (or 8 bits can’t remember)


#37

It was ok 8 bit extended files warning…

It was because you are used gcc if you are used mdk this warning do not appear.


#38

Ah I see. I have MDK Professional Trial version but just wanted to follow the instructions exactly so I used GCC


#39

Is this the only file I need to change:

#ifndef PLATFORM_STM32F411NUCLEO_SELECTOR_H
#define PLATFORM_STM32F411NUCLEO_SELECTOR_H
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// processor and features
//
#if defined(PLATFORM_ARM_STM32F411NUCLEO)
#define HAL_SYSTEM_NAME “STM32F411NUCLEO”

#define PLATFORM_ARM_STM32F4 // STM32F4XX
#define STM32F40_41xxx
#define USB_ALLOW_CONFIGURATION_OVERRIDE 1
//
// processor and features
//
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// constants
//
// System clock
#define SYSTEM_CLOCK_HZ 96000000 // 96 MHz
#define SYSTEM_CYCLE_CLOCK_HZ 96000000 // 96 MHz
#define SYSTEM_APB1_CLOCK_HZ 48000000 // 48 MHz
#define SYSTEM_APB2_CLOCK_HZ 96000000 // 96 MHz
#define SYSTEM_CRYSTAL_CLOCK_HZ 8000000 // 8 MHz external clock that is used from STLINK Directly
#define CLOCK_COMMON_FACTOR 1000000 // GCD(SYSTEM_CLOCK_HZ, 1M)
#define SLOW_CLOCKS_PER_SECOND 1000000 // 1 MHz
#define SLOW_CLOCKS_TEN_MHZ_GCD 1000000 // GCD(SLOW_CLOCKS_PER_SECOND, 10M)
#define SLOW_CLOCKS_MILLISECOND_GCD 1000 // GCD(SLOW_CLOCKS_PER_SECOND, 1k)
#define SUPPLY_VOLTAGE_MV 3300 // 3.3V supply
// Memory
#define FLASH_MEMORY_Base 0x08000000
#define FLASH_MEMORY_Size 0x00080000 // 512K
#define SRAM1_MEMORY_Base 0x20000000
#define SRAM1_MEMORY_Size 0x00020000 // 128K
//total GPIO PORTS A,B,C,D
#define TOTAL_GPIO_PORT 3
#define TOTAL_GPIO_PINS (TOTAL_GPIO_PORT*16)
//total UART TLL ports
#define TOTAL_USART_PORT 3
#define USART_DEFAULT_PORT COM1
#define USART_DEFAULT_BAUDRATE 115200
//used generic but SWO is PB3 it should defined otherway … on nucleo stm32f411ret6
#define TOTAL_GENERIC_PORTS 1 // 1 generic port extensions (ITM channel 0 )
#define ITM_GENERIC_PORTNUM 0 // ITM0 is index 0 in generic port interface table
//debug to be used …
#define DEBUG_TEXT_PORT ITM0
#define STDIO ITM0
#define DEBUGGER_PORT USB1
#define MESSAGING_PORT USB1
//total controllers
#define TOTAL_USB_CONTROLLER 1 // FS only
#define USB_MAX_QUEUES 4 // 3 endpoints (EP0 + 2)
//scok port
#define TOTAL_SOCK_PORT 0
// System Timer Configuration
#define STM32F4_32B_TIMER 5
#define STM32F4_16B_TIMER 1
// Pin Configuration
#define STM32F4_ADC 1
#define STM32F4_AD_CHANNELS {0,1,2,3,4,16,32,33,34,35} // PA0,PA1,PA2,PA3,PA4,PB0,PC0,PC1,PC2,PC3
//pwm
#define STM32F4_PWM_TIMER {2,2,2,3,1,1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3}
#define STM32F4_PWM_CHNL {1,2,1,1,1,2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4}
#define STM32F4_PWM_PINS {0,1,5,6,8,9,10,11,15,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,38,39,40,41}
//spi
#define STM32F4_SPI_SCLK_PINS {5, 29 , 42 , 29} // PA5, PB13 , PC10 , PB13
#define STM32F4_SPI_MISO_PINS {6, 30 , 43 , 11} // PA6, PB14 , PC11 , PA11
#define STM32F4_SPI_MOSI_PINS {7, 31 , 44 , 1 } // PA7, PB15 , PC12 , PA1
//i2c
#define STM32F4_I2C_PORT 1
#define STM32F4_I2C_SCL_PIN 24 // PB8
#define STM32F4_I2C_SDA_PIN 25 // PB9
//uart
#define STM32F4_UART_RXD_PINS {10, 3 , 12} // PA10, PA3
#define STM32F4_UART_TXD_PINS { 9, 2 , 11} // PA9, PA2
#define STM32F4_UART_CTS_PINS {GPIO_PIN_NONE, 0 , GPIO_PIN_NONE} // PA11, PA0
#define STM32F4_UART_RTS_PINS {GPIO_PIN_NONE, 1 , GPIO_PIN_NONE} // PA12, PA1
// User LEDs
#define LED2 5 // Green
// TinyBooter entry using GPIO
#define TINYBOOTER_ENTRY_GPIO_PIN 45 // User button
#define TINYBOOTER_ENTRY_GPIO_STATE FALSE // Active low
#define TINYBOOTER_ENTRY_GPIO_RESISTOR RESISTOR_DISABLED
//
// constants
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#include <processor_selector.h>

#endif // PLATFORM_ARM_STM32F411NUCLEO

#endif // PLATFORM_STM32F411NUCLEO_SELECTOR_H


#40

on foldeer

NETMF440\Solutions\STM32F411NUCLEO\

you have platform_selector.h

try to change parameters to meet your requirements (maybe work at first on 401 without need changes to other files)


#41

I am trying to adapt this for the STM32F401 not the nucleo or the 411. It should be the same pinout though right?