Proposal: move system/libstm to core folder

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Re: Proposal: move system/libstm to core folder

Post by Wi6Labs » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:54 pm

Thank you danieleff for all this work.

Our preliminary tests are conclusive in spit of some regression for the Nucleo variant.
We will now work on this new architecture for the STM32F103RB Nucleo board.
Our tests will be limited to the Nucleo variant. Thank you for your understanding.

BR
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Re: Proposal: move system/libstm to core folder

Post by fpiSTM » Thu Jan 05, 2017 10:52 am

danieleff wrote: Some cleanup:
  1. Cleanup, move chip.h to cores/arduino
  2. Cleanup, remove old libstm32f1 folder
  3. Cleanup, rename libstm32f103c to staticlibstm32f1, This is important! Fixes platform.txt include.
Hi @danieleff,
I'm currently preparing release for other STM32 core and I tried to follow the community feedback and work.
So many thanks for your work ;).
I have one question about the cleanup, why is it important to rename to "staticlibstm32f1"? Is it because you previously rename it "libstm32f103c"? If true, I could kept original name "libstm32f1".

thanks in advance

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Re: Proposal: move system/libstm to core folder

Post by danieleff » Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:12 am

fpiSTM wrote:
danieleff wrote: Some cleanup:
  1. Cleanup, move chip.h to cores/arduino
  2. Cleanup, remove old libstm32f1 folder
  3. Cleanup, rename libstm32f103c to staticlibstm32f1, This is important! Fixes platform.txt include.
Hi @danieleff,
I'm currently preparing release for other STM32 core and I tried to follow the community feedback and work.
So many thanks for your work ;).
I have one question about the cleanup, why is it important to rename to "staticlibstm32f1"? Is it because you previously rename it "libstm32f103c"? If true, I could kept original name "libstm32f1".

thanks in advance
Only because that way there would be 2 folders named libstm32f1, one in cores/arduino, other one in system.
I just wanted to distinguish between the two, it is not that important.

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