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General Category => stm32plus C++ library => Topic started by: simon on October 29, 2019, 04:16:47 am

Title: Setting up a project without an IDE
Post by: simon on October 29, 2019, 04:16:47 am

So, looking into stm32plus for a quick project I'm cooking up using one of the "Baite" Maple Mini clone boards (STM32F103c8t6, 64k or 128k ROM, 20K RAM, 72mHz).  It seems I should be able to use the f1Hd setup and simply avoid the hardware I don't have, perfectly happy with that, and edit the link script to suit the RAM and ROM I have available.

Where I get stuck, though, is that I don't like IDEs in the slightest (I'm an old and grumpy unix dev from the days when even line editors were considered unnecessary frippery), and have never previously used scons.  Do you have any ideas on how to get started setting up a project *without* any of the IDE jazz?  I'm guessing this involves setting up all sorts of magical Sconstruct files?

Thanks for any advice you might be able to give