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STM32 : Eclipse Setup (Linux)

September 14, 2014

Arm Toolchain Setup

  1. Getting the toolchain
  2. Install into /opt

openOCD Setup

  1. Download latest sources
  2. Build from source and install
    1. ./configure
    2. make
    3. sudo make install

Eclipse IDE Setup

  1. Install latest eclipse (using Juno for now)
  2. Launch Eclipse
    1. Help -> Install New Software
    2. Add ->
      1. Name: STM32
      2. Location:
    3. Install ‘GNU ARM C/C++ Cross Development Tools’

To be document

  1. configure arm-toolchain in eclipse
  2. configure openOCD in eclipse
  3. Once above is setup correctly (already done, pending documentation), chip flashing, stlink debugging would work.

Flashing Using OpenOCD (without Eclipse)

  1. Execute below command to convert ‘elf’ file format to ‘hex’ file.
    1. arm-none-eabi-objcopy -O ihex helloworld.elf helloworld.hex
  2. Starting openOCD
    1. /usr/local/bin/openocd -f /usr/local/share/openocd/scripts/interface/stlink-v2.cfg -f /usr/local/share/openocd/scripts/target/stm32f1x_stlink.cfg
  3. Connect to openOCD and flashing
    1. telnet localhost 4444
    2. reset halt
    3. flash write_image erase /path2file/helloworld.hex
    4. reset

Enabling SFR Register Viewing During Debugging

  1. Help -> Install NewSoftware
  2. Add
    1. Name: SFR Viewer
    2. Location:
  3. Select embsysregview and proceed for package installation
  4. In Menu bar, Window -> Show View -> Others
    1. Debug -> EmbSys Registers

From → Embedded System

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