There are bits and pieces in FWLIB all over the places, making it difficult to understand and debug.
I know, that your software guys are the best in the world, but I don't understand why they're so strongly opposed to releasing the register definition file.
I would also split the Cortex-M3 generic definitions (the NVIC as example) from the STM32 specific ones.
Personally, I find one, big amorphous file "difficult to understand and debug" - and I prefer to have it partinioned!
I'm pleased to announce you that we have released a new FW Library version 2.0.3 that adds and extends support for header files where a description of all registers and bit definitions are provided in a file called "stm32f10x_map.h".
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