I decide to participate in the current contest as well.
But the CircleOS limits my needs a little bit - I do need the CCM memory, the fastest clocks etc.
So create a project from the scratch and change startup, linker scripts and install the latest (v 1.3) STM STDP drivers.
All works fine, but the bare system with no application (just core, used drivers, FATFS) is about 60KB. It does mean I can debug nothing.
So question number 1) Is it possible, for a FairPlay sake, to get the temporarily key to unlock full debug power for the contest participants? Or may be it is allowed to download and install the full trial version of Ride7 with no restrictions and use it for the contest app developing?
And some questions about Ride7:
2) I can't find the option to display file extensions in the editor's labels. From the other hand there is one good side - more headers can be seen. But anyway...
3) CCM memory contents Ride7 shows incorrectly. For example, when int array (defined in CCM) is filled in, only LSByte of the first int is changed in Ride7 memory viewer. The debug output (via USART6 TX ) shows the right fillings and all other operations. Or I am missing something?
4) Preprocessor's defines behaviour looks a little bit embarassed. The shadowing is not updated after succesfully build accordingly to global defines ( defined in the project options) but defines declared in a file are seen at once as expected.