[En-Nut-Discussion] Future support for STM32

Pawel Czarnecki apcom at tlen.pl
Sun Mar 4 19:36:51 CET 2012

    Today I use board with AT91SAM7X. This was very good
choice but for future I need something "bigger". I looked on many 
microcontroller families and STM32F4 looks best for my requirements. 
(btw - I compared only facts from datasheets, so maybe someone
tell me about real weak point of this chip)
I downloaded devnut_m3n branch and I see that STM32 is partially
supported! The main lack at this moment is ethernet but as I see
in configurator this is planned. I noticed even the example for 
F4discovery board. I try to find some bigger board for testing 
than F4Discovery. As usual Olimex has good board in good price 
for this chip - http://olimex.com/dev/stm32-p407.html
Maybe someone already ran Ethernut on this boards?

The main question is: Anyone planing to officialy add STM32 support
to main Ethernut tree? Or maybe current STM32 support was completly 
hobby job and we can forget about progress?

Of course I read posts about stm32, but I cannot predict how are 
intentions of biggest supporters of this architecture :-)

best regards

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