Chips without support

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DeepThought
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Re: Chips without support

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Yes, adding a board variant is explained in the stm32duino / wiki

I'm working in a university project and I want to design a board for a LoRa node using a STM32 microcontroller but the STM32L431 is not supported in the current core version (1.9), so would it be possible to use this MCU with STM32duino just using a ST-Link and creating a custom board in arduino?
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Re: Chips without support

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Yes you can. note that next release 2.0.0 will ease board addition.
Wiki will be updated to explains how to create a new variant.
In few words, all the L431xx variants will exists, only the linker script, a config clock and the boards entry have to be added.
DeepThought
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Re: Chips without support

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fpiSTM wrote:
Fri Mar 26, 2021 2:25 pm
Yes you can. note that next release 2.0.0 will ease board addition.
Wiki will be updated to explains how to create a new variant.
In few words, all the L431xx variants will exists, only the linker script, a config clock and the boards entry have to be added.
Thanks for your reply, those are good news!
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Re: Chips without support

Post by Neoraptor »

Hello,
Sorry to revive this thread, but I only find the mention of the STM32L431 in this topic.

I am also using the STM32L431 chip and it looks like it is not yet supported in the 2.0.0 or 2.1.0 version (https://github.com/stm32duino/Arduino_C ... /tag/2.1.0).

Is there a guide on how to add it? Or is it going to be implemented soon?

Thanks for your help ;)
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