On 12/1/22 11:02, David Gesswein via cctalk wrote:
It also gives portability across manufactures for the
simple stuff and
a consistant though not the most feature full enviornment that is the same
for each board. You can use the low level functions of the chips if you want
but then it won't be portable. Also a good amount of how to do X with it
Don't a few libraries do that without saddling you with a development
environment? I use opencm3 for a lot of ARM-related simplish MCU things.
There was a stm32duino group, but it seems to have gone moribund. It
appeared to concentrate mostly on the "blue pill" platform as well as
the older Maple mini boards (anyone need any of those?)
I had a brief encounter with the PIC32 Arduino Uno from Digilent, but I
wasn't taken by it.