[ECOS] SPI and USB support for the STM32
Sat Nov 15 15:57:00 GMT 2008
Once I get a working compiler (cygwin issues at the mo) I was going to start
looking at an SPI driver. The STM32 has SPI capable of I2S also, and I need
this functionality so I was going to look at it.
One of the things about the STM32 is that the peripherals have no FIFO's
(with exception of CAN and USB). The DMA is often heavily used to do
background transfers etc. Were you planning to implement DMA support?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Holgate" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 3:11 PM
Subject: [ECOS] SPI and USB support for the STM32
> First off - a big thankyou to the people responsible for Cortex-M port.
> It's turned up just in time for my current project! I've just taken
> delivery of the Olimex STM32-P103 board and will be getting started on a
> BSP for it tomorrow.
> My project needs to use the standard eCos framework for the SPI and USB
> interfaces. Is anyone actively working on the drivers for these? If
> not, I'll get stuck in myself. This is all being done through my own
> company, so I'll be able to contribute them if required.
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