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Using Eclipse IDE with Nucleo-F103RB (STM32F103) F1 series

Question asked by o_connor.sean on Sep 8, 2014
Latest reply on Sep 9, 2014 by Clive One
I've previously being using an Cortex-M3 STM32F105RC to evaluate a project, but I have since purchased a Cotex-M4 Nucleo-F103RB development board and aim to port the project over to the new MCU.

I previously had the project running in eclipse using Sourcery CodeBench Lite for ARM EABI (arm-none-eabi-gcc) and would like to know if I can use this toolchain again to setup a project for the new Nucleo-F103RB microcontroller. If this is possible is there a guide to setting this up/any differences to my previous setup e.g. specifying the FPU type, instruction set? Also, previously I needed the compiler symbols: STM32F10X_CL and USE_STDPERIPH_DRIVER. I will be needing the STM32_Nucleo_FW_V1.2.1 libraries, so would the new project require the symbols: STM32F10X_MD and USE_STDPERIPH_DRIVER, anything else?

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