From may point of view the comp driver would be just a configuration structure containing the content of the COMP_CSR register, the comparators output go to timers inputs that can be captured by the ICU driver or to EXTI inputs that can be handler by the EXT driver. Basically the support is mostly already there.
colin wrote:Hi Giovanni,
That's good to hear. Although I'm confused and saddened why the STM32F0 chips are hardly cheaper than the STM32F100 series.
E.g., Mouser prices:
STM32F051K8U6 US$3.17 (64K/8K, cheapest F0 on Mouser).
STM32F100C6T6B US$2.55 (32K/4K, cheapest F1 on Mouser).
STM32F100C6T6B US$3.76 (64K/8K, comparable to the F0 above).
I was hoping for a device to compete with LPC1000 series like
LPC1111FHN33/202,5 US$1.40 (8K/2K)
LPC1114FHN33/202,5 US$1.90 (32K/4K)
I may confirm your opinion - GDB server is in full, PRO version, without any restrictions.How about size limitations in this new Atollic GDB?
deserved to rejection, as it's not valid anymore...Note that less expert users could just use TrueSTUDIO as-is
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