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Re: Welcome back

Posted: Thu Dec 19, 2019 3:03 pm
by mrburnette
WiKi access

This part of Roger's WiKi seems to resolve: ... STM32/wiki

As well as: ... =Main_Page

Thus, the Blue-Pill layout is found here: ... =Blue_Pill

Red-Pill: ... e=Red_Pill

Maple-Mini clone: ... Maple_Mini

Black-Pill: ... Black_Pill

RoboDyn (black): ... Black_Pill

On a personal note: Please consider a donation to Internet-achieve:

While the LeafLabs' Maple was a fantastic development when released, the dedicated, hacked, pre-ArduinoIDE version 1.0 software was a hack. Moving beyond this constraint and making the core 1.5x ArduinoIDE compatible was the work of many people, but Roger (IMO) deserves to be first in that list because he put his time and money into hosting and evolving the original STM32duino forum. Most of that info through 1Q2019 is available in the above links I provided.

But, for a couple of years, I have been vocal about all (mostly all) Roger's core users migrating to the STM Official core.
Please consider migrating, you will be well served by dropping the monolithic and aging Roger's core if you are doing anything serious with your STM32 uC.


Re: Welcome back

Posted: Fri Dec 20, 2019 5:12 am
by ag123
+1 thanks :)
i think both the 'old' libmaple core and the official core can co-exist. they have different 'features' literally. as the design objectives has evolved to be different e.g. libmaple is going more towards 'fit' to a particular mcu - hence it is 'thinner and lighter' and sacrificing portability while the official core is tailored more towards supporting the stm32 family of mcus, so the official core has much broader use

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Fri Dec 20, 2019 5:48 am
by ag123
another thing i liked about stm32 family of mcus at least from m3 up is they are native generic usb devices
though other mcu families e.g. nxp, freescale, ti etc have pretty much the same things
the other thing is the well written verbose reference manuals.
there are a lot of arm derivatives not from the big names the likes of ti, st, nxp that hardly even release their reference manuals in public. some my guess may even requires nda just to get the reference manuals if they are even available at all.

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Sat Dec 21, 2019 7:24 am
by NasTor
Thanks Fedreric for all your effort in this forum and arduino stm32 core. Thanks Roger Clark, ST and all community. Glad to see this forum online again !
Thankyou very much !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :) :) :) :)

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Sat Dec 21, 2019 3:57 pm
by Bingo600
Great news :D

Thanx to all that helps keep this forum up & running


Re: Welcome back

Posted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:01 am
by tomtom381
Looks good! Today I was surprised to see that the forums are back.
FYI: I covered some of these boards on STM32-base too:
This stuff is all hosted on Github pages. Feel free to make pull requests for missing/incorrect information.

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Thu Dec 26, 2019 2:57 am
by liaozheny
Glad to see the forum back online. :D

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Fri Dec 27, 2019 5:12 pm
by stevestrong
A big thanks to Frederik from my side, too.
And hello to everybody, good to have our "daily meeting place" back again. ;)

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Sat Dec 28, 2019 1:32 pm
by fpiSTM
Nice to see you all again and welcome ;)
sorry again for this long wait :?

Re: Welcome back

Posted: Mon Dec 30, 2019 8:41 pm
by Andy2No
Thanks for bringing back a forum, on this url, and officially recognised by ST.

I'd sort of guessed but wasn't sure - it was necessary to register again. I used the same username as last time, which didn't cause a problem because the forum didn't have any memory of me....

It might be worth mentioning this need to register again, in the first post, to reduce the confusion a little.