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any one figured out more than the above? which seem to suggest debug for stm8s is probably hitting a wall with open sourced tools. Having fallen deep down the eForth rabbit hole, I haven't got around to trying it out, but there is an STM8 into GDB project here since earlier this year: https://sourc...
- Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:20 pm
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: Power LED questions
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How about my thought about just taking flush cutters and cutting the LED in half? That shouldn't lead to any problems? (I've done it in the past with a Digispark LED, but some time later the Digispark blew. Presumably unrelated.) This would put a large mechanical load on the printed circuit traces,...
I've been playing with STM8 a bit over the past year and thought I might add a few observations. 1) I wouldn't call STM8 "obsolete" as it's one of the newest 8-bit microcontroller families on the market. It also seems to be very widely used. 2) Peripheral set is very similar to the STM32 line. This ...