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Fruchti

Hi,
I have one of these boards:

https://os.mbed.com/platforms/ST-Nucleo-F303K8/

It has an Arduino NANO like pinout and pin labeling.
However, I cannot find any information about how to program it with the Arduino IDE. Am I missing something?
Is someone using these boards with the Arduino IDE?

I have found this:

https://community.st.com/community/stm32-community/blog/2017/07/13/stm32-cores-enabled-in-arduino-ide

But it doesn't list the F303K8 and after installing it the only Nucleo-32 Board I can select is Nucleo L432KC...

Thx :)

Fruchti

Okay, got it to work somehow...
I already installed the STM-32 core with the boards manager and selected the STM-32 board.
First nothing happened when flashing using ST-Link. No error, arduino said that the upload was successful, but nothing happened. I copied the ST-Link command to the windows command line instead, and this time I got an error (mfc100.dll missing). I had to install Visual C++ redistributable package 2010 x86 (on my x64 machine) for ST-Link to actually work.
Now using the "Nucleo-64" board and variant "Nucleo F030R8" the program can actually be flashed via ST-Link, but the pin layout is messed up (D3 in code is D13 on the board).
No idea how to write my own / correct F303K8 variant ... But looks like it might be possible.

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