Since STSPIN32F0/A already contains a F0 core,
and there is st-link on board.
Why motor profiler does not support these two boards?
I saw a post they say F0 just not powerful enough to run the profiler. Only F3 and up
Thanks for reply, Diandi!
That's what I think too,
for if you compile the sample project in STSW-SPIN3201,
the flash and ram are almost 100% utilized!
I encountered the same problem. At beginning I tried to generate a trueStudio project, compiled with "-o3" optimization on. The code size is less than 32k but it didn't(I read a post after pointing out that the hal library for F0 is not supported in TrueStudio yet. I don't know if that's the problem. And I also tried LL driver with no luck) So I switched to keil(you can get free license for f0), now the compiled code size is about 23k with only hall sensor enabled.
I have a post about code size here:
STEVAL-SPIN3201 sample code generated by MC workbench 5.1.1 larger than 32k
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