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STM32CubeMX and HAL Libraries Version (F1 for my case)

Question asked by musskopf on Sep 2, 2015
Latest reply on Sep 3, 2015 by musskopf
Hello,

I just start using STM32CubeMX three days ago and the product is looking good! I'm playing with a Nucleo Board STM32F103RB and one thing that I noticed is that the HAL Library for F1 version downloaded by CubeMX is 1.1.0, where the STM site has the 1.2.0. 

Question: I tried to manually install 1.2.0 but it still downloads the 1.1.0. Is there any place on the ST site where I can download the old releases from HAL Libraries? I found only here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/micro-os-plus/files/Vendor%20Archives/STM32/

Suggestion for ST: IMO the examples from the HAL Libraries should use the STMCubeMX generated code as boiler plate instead of something else. The code looks similar but sometimes things are defined in different places.
Another thing: might be good to add the release date to the downloads for the users can check if it has been recently released or not.

ps.: Another thing is that the HAL 1.2.0 downloaded from the Website (http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF260820) doesn't contains the Nucleo Board Help File.

Thank you all!

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