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Far-seeker


"pro" ($2.6K, but uncrippled) version of Atollic?


Unless that's for some sort of 10+ multi-seat license I don't understand how they can (ethically) justify that price! :smiley-eek:  

Graynomad

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$2.6K !!

No bloody wonder they don't have the price on their web site. And the Lite version is brain dead.

I asked about this the another thread, so far no answer but at that price it's not even something to think about. I'm still mulling over $256 for the Code Red C++ compiler.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

pico


I personally love the STM32F4 and I cant see me ever going back to an Arduino


So are you using the "lite" (free, but limited code size, no C++) or the "pro" ($2.6K, but uncrippled) version of Atollic?
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Resinator


@KeithRB
How are your experiences with the development SW of the STM32F4 Discovery?


Its hard at first but once you get the basics its quite straightforward

See here

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,106477.0.html

I personally love the STM32F4 and I cant see me ever going back to an Arduino


KeithRB

Never used one, I just googled the link. 8^)
That was actually my main question, "Is the toolchain as friendly as the Arduino IDE?"

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