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Best Developement Platform for Startup

Question asked by on Feb 13, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 19, 2013 by rocketdawg
Hi All,

We are a new startup and have a proof-of-concept device going on a STM32 being coded in the Keil IDE. However, we are using their evaluation copy which only permits 32KB max program size and we have surpassed that. Previous to using Keil, we tried YARGATO and we were able to compile but when we loaded executable from Keil we were able to get it to work but not the case with YARGATO so we stuck with Keil. Well now we have outgrown it unless we buy a license which is out of our price range at the moment.

What is everyone using to develop? Is there something free/open that we can use? We will soon be deving on the STM32W line and will be incorporating the SimpleMAC library. We would require that it be possible to use this library with a different toolchain. We would prefer an environment where we do not have to create our own startup code and low-level/assembly routines. 

Any recommendations? 

(P.S. We don't care if it runs on Windows, Linux, or Mac, but if we could choose we would go with Mac)

Thanks in Advance, :)