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How to make Arduino IDE work with STM32 stamp module like ET-ARM STAMP ?

Tried 1.5.1, No device found on COM8.

Is it even possible?

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The Arduino IDE is designed to program Arduino boards. The boards have a bootloader designed to let the Arduino IDE talk to it. But the Arduino IDE has to support via the compiler the chip on the board that you're trying to program.

Short answer, probably no, unless you write the software for it to happen.
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Actually looks like it may have been done.  I just googled et arm stm32 arduino and it was there (since 2009 looks like)

http://arttools.blogspot.com/2009/09/using-stm32-based-board-for-arduino.html

http://www.cutedigi.com/arduino/the-maple-stm32-arm-cortex-version-of-arduino.html


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