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OpenBLT (open source bootloader) now supports the STM32 family

Question asked by Frank Voorburg on Nov 26, 2011
Latest reply on Nov 26, 2015 by Harish
Dear Group,

Today I released a new version of the OpenBLT open source bootloader. It now supports the STM32 family of microcontrollers, including a demo for the Olimex STM32P103 board. 

With OpenBLT you can erase and write your microcontroller's memory through an on-chip communication interface (UART, CAN, etc.), without the need of specialized debugger hardware.

It's perfect for making quick and convenient software updates, both in the field and during development. Files and more info are available at http://www.feaser.com/openblt.

I hope the bootloader proves useful to you. Let me know what you think and what other targets/compilers you would like to see supported.

-Frank

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