[TriEmbed] Vikram's KL-25z blinky program Re: TriEmbed Digest, Vol 35, Issue 3

vikram sai balaji ulaganathan tayirvadai.vikram at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 15:19:25 CDT 2016

Thanks Pete. I will definitely be there..
On Apr 6, 2016 3:27 PM, "Pete Soper via TriEmbed" <triembed at triembed.org>

> The mbed dev platform might be an alternative for Vikram.  I poked around
> a few minutes on mbed.com and there appears to be support for the KL-25z
> board:
> https://developer.mbed.org/handbook/mbed-FRDM-KL25Z
> I've found the STM32 "Nucleo" boards to be trivial to use with mbed for
> the simple use cases I've explored (ramming data out to an SPI bus, for
> example). I use an alternate web browser with the virtual disk volume set
> up as the default download directory (folder), so it just takes a few mouse
> clicks to build and download and run a new program iteration. Gene Kahn and
> I briefly tried mbed out some months back and confirmed the integration
> with the Mercurial VCS is simply fantastic: we could work in the same
> workspace at the same time and it seamlessly coordinated edits and kept our
> views sync'd with reality. Gene created an account intended for TriEmbed
> collaborations that we used for these experiments.
> But if the KL-25 is supported as well as the page above implies, perhaps
> Vikram can just bypass local OS headaches long enough to get his LEDs
> blinking?
> Vikram: If you'd like to bring your board and USB cable to the meeting
> this Monday evening to explore mbed I'd be happy to try to facilitate that.
> (But please come even if this is no longer relevant!)
> Finally, this page discusses export of mbed workspaces to offline
> toolchains. It's on my list to explore the "Exporting to Make (GCC ARM
> Embedded" avenue:
> https://developer.mbed.org/handbook/Exporting-to-offline-toolchains
> If this can be made to work I think it would be a mighty sweet combination
> of tools.
> -Pete
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