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Eclipse+Gcc project tree question

Question asked by stéphane rey on Mar 12, 2018

Hi there,

 

I've set my STM32 toochain with Eclipse Oxygen + GCC + GDB + OpenOCD and I play with a STM32F769 discovery board. I could compile and debug the blinky project properly. Now I'd like to start a new project. It will use very likely FreeRTOS and I will add tcpip stack + fat system and other piece of code that I will not write myself.

 

I've first checked what were all these files in the project directory in order to clean it a bit and start with a fresh and minimalist project and discovered I could not figure out what was the overall strategy there. Could anyone bring some light on it for me ?

 

My 'basic' blinky project has the following tree:

 

- Binaries (ok, I see this is the output from the linker)

- Includes (with hundreds files I don't know what they are for

- src (ok these are my project files)

- system (mmm? apparently some low level routines but are they mandatory ? Where are they coming from ?) (cmsis? cortexm ? diag ? newlib ? stm32fr7-hal ?

- Debug (seems to be compiler & linker outputs)

- include (ok, my project include files)

- ldscripts (ok, to configure my project/hardware)

 

So what are these first 'includes' files ? and what is this 'system' directory as well.

 

What would be a decent and minimalist tree organization up to you ?

I had in mind to split the middleware like FreeRTOS, FatFS ... from my source directory, possibly having a separate directory as well for HAL, and then all my user code in src... but ???

 

 

Thanks

Stéphane

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