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standard peripherals lib vs. stm32cube - Clearance required

Question asked by hwe on Jun 24, 2014
Latest reply on Jun 24, 2014 by Amel N
I am a little bit confused about the differences between the "standard peripherals lib" and the "stm32cube".

Here is what I figured out so far:
Most of the tutorials I found for the stm32f4xx are using the standard peripherals lib (stm32f4xx_gpio.h, stm32f4xx_exti.h), which are the "old" libraries.

The "stm32Cube" seems to be a update "new" library version with different include files (stm32f4xx_hal_...) and different functions.

Is my understanding correct ?

I cannot run the examples for the "old" library when using "stm32Cube" installed - is that also correct ?

If I am correct with the upper 2 assumptions, where can I get support for the stm32cube-examples ?

Please help me in understanding the library issue (...says the beginner...).





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