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If the hardware looks at outgoing packets >> and rewrites them then all you should have to do is make a call in the ptpd >> daemon on startup to set that state. >> >> Best, >> George >> >> On 27 Apr 2017, at 8:12, Terry wrote: >> >> Hi Experts, >> >> I'm porting ptpd to NXP Kinetis K64 MCU which is M4 core and have a >> hardware time stamp ...
I have a VisualGDB STM32 embedded project based on code generated by STM32CubeMX. I’m including the Cube libraries in source control for the project. There is one particular source file that is named in the project file (.vcxproj) with an absolute path that contains my username:
Helpful ReplyPIC32 vs STM32. Hello, How does the PIC32MX or even the PIC32MZ stand a7gainst STM32F4 or the newer STM32F7 ? You can use the same tools to build and debug code for STM32, NXP LPC, Infineon XMC, Freescale Kinetis, etc.
This terminology originated in some way from the terminal of different type of transistor and their common connections to the logic circuit for example the VCC is often applied to BJT (Bipolar Junction Transistor) Collector, VEE to BJT (Bipolar Junction Transistor) EMITERS, VDD to FET (Field Effect Transistor) DRAINS and VSS to FET (Field Effect Transistor) SOURCE.
Hi team I think I know the answer for this, but I guess I just want to confirm (I am new to Arm and stm32). I don't see any SWV/SWO support in stm32g0xxx parts, but I know it's part of the Arm CoreSight debug thingy. So no SWV/SWO support on stm32g0xxx parts?
STM32 seem to work well in opensource EmBlocks IDE out of the box, debugging works too. Ive only used the one STM32F0 dev board but it was a simple matter of creating a project, selecting the STM chip and start coding F0 has more power/features than a high spec $12 ATMega but with a $1.20 pricetag. (except no built in eeprom)
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