STM Studio is a non-intrusive tool, preserving the real-time behavior of applications. Reads on-the-fly (non intrusive) variables from RAM while application is running2 types of viewer: Variable viewer - Real-time waveforms, oscilloscope-like graphs TouchPoint viewer - Association of 2 variables, one on the X axis, one on the Y axisPossibility to log data into a file, and replay later (exhaustive record display, not real-time)
Do you use the most recent libmaple with it ?
and LPC1343 toolchain setup on windows looks far from easy.
I had LPCXpresso installed and compiling examples in no time. I don't have any hardware to try it out on though.
I was hoping to drag and drop in Arduino sketches but, some stuff works and some does not.
x86, ARM7, ARM9, Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, PowerPC e200z, STM8, AVR, MSP430, Coldfire, H8S
and I'm considering Atmel UC3 or an ARM, probably an M3 or M4.
Quoteand I'm considering Atmel UC3 or an ARM, probably an M3 or M4.Is an M0 fast enough? I'm working on porting the Arduino libs to one (the LPC1227) at the moment.Debugging is a breeze with the LPCXpresso.
porting Arduino libs to an M0 is a pretty cool project!
Pricy thought at 110 Euros
But what development tools work with these? I see they list the commercial Code Red tools, but are there any free tools that work with these?