Trying to get into this STM32-arduino thing. Noticed that an empty .ino, when compiled for the STM32 F3 Discovery board, reports 12K flash and 4K RAM occupied. Is it normal? Granted, ARM Cortex M are rather big chips (compared to 8-bit AVR), but those numbers are on the order of 10%. Seems odd to me.
If that is indeed normal, I'd be curious to find out what takes up that space, if anyone here happens to know.
I believe my other project based on the STM32Cube library used about the same 10% flash and less RAM total, but whatever. If it works at all and leaves me some space to work with - I'm more than happy. The "standard" STM32 tools, and especially libraries, are a mess. The only way I'll do another STM32 project is if Arduino + STM32 works for me