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Title: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 08, 2019, 02:31:19 PM
 
Hello Mark.

I have run STM32F746 version with Coocox, but when I compile, fail with one error.
How can I solve please ?

Attached capture screen with the error.
\Applications\uTaskerV1.4/debug.c:2778: undefined reference to `fnUpTime'
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status

How can I configure for bootloader with SD card and STM32F746 ?


Best Regards

Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 08, 2019, 02:54:43 PM

I have open and compile de uTaskerSerialBoot, this do not fail when compile, but in config.h is not the F746 available.

How can I configure uTasker to work with SD bootloader with STM32F746 ?

Thanks.

Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: mark on June 09, 2019, 10:51:14 PM
Hi

Which version of the project are you using?

CooCox hasn't been used for some time due to the fact that the IDE doesn't really exist any more. I have V2.0.5 still installed and can build the project for Kinetis parts if I change iic_drv.c to i2c_drv.c in the project files.
fnUpTime() is in the file time_keeper.c -if you have an old version it may be that timer_keeper.c hasn't been added to the CooCox project setup and you can do this by adding the file (that should exist in the /uTasker folder to the CooCox CoIDE project files.

In the lasted uTaskerV1.4 project configuration the target NUCLEO_F746ZG has been foreseen but hasn't been configured - STM32F746G_DISCO can be used but has only basic support at the HW library level but utFAt and the SD card HW interface is available.

There was no STM32F746G_DISCO target for the serial loader but new targets can be quite easy added if there is a reference target in the main (uTaskerV1.4) project. For example, i just added the target to my version as follows:

1. Add the new target in config.h
#define STM32F746G_DISCO                                           // evaluation board with STM32F746NGH6
2. Add its main properties in the same file:
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#elif defined STM32F746G_DISCO
    #define TARGET_HW            "STM32F746-Discovery"
    #define _STM32F7XX
    #define _STM32F746
    #define OUR_HEAP_SIZE        (HEAP_REQUIREMENTS)((24 * 1024) * MEM_FACTOR) // we have the LAN buffers in HEAP and big RX/TX
3. Add a processor configuration in app_hw_stm32.h
#elif defined STM32F746G_DISCO                                           // STM32F746NGH6 (216MHz)
    #define CRYSTAL_FREQ        25000000
  //#define DISABLE_PLL                                                  // run from clock source directly
  //#define USE_HSI_CLOCK                                                // use internal HSI clock source
    #define PLL_INPUT_DIV       25                                       // 2..64 - should set the input to pll in the range 1..2MHz (with preference near to 2MHz)
    #define PLL_VCO_MUL         336                                      // 64 ..432 where VCO must be 64..432MHz
    #define PLL_POST_DIVIDE     2                                        // post divide VCO by 2, 4, 6, or 8 to get the system clock speed
    #define PIN_COUNT           PIN_COUNT_216_PIN
    #define PACKAGE_TYPE        PACKAGE_BGA
    #define SIZE_OF_RAM         (320 * 1024)                             // 320k SRAM (DTCM + SRAM1 + SRAM2)
    #define SIZE_OF_FLASH       (1024 * 1024)                            // 1M FLASH
    #define SUPPLY_VOLTAGE      SUPPLY_2_7__3_6                          // power supply is in the range 2.7V..3.6V
    #define PCLK1_DIVIDE        4
    #define PCLK2_DIVIDE        2
    #define HCLK_DIVIDE         1

4. Add the board configuration too:
#elif defined STM32F746G_DISCO
    #define USER_KEY_BUTTON            PORTI_BIT11

    #define LED1                       PORTI_BIT1                        // green LED
    #define LED2                       PORTI_BIT2                        // no further LEDs available on the board
    #define LED3                       PORTI_BIT3
    #define LED4                       PORTI_BIT4

    #define BLINK_LED                  LED1

    #define INIT_WATCHDOG_LED()        _CONFIG_PORT_OUTPUT(I, BLINK_LED, (OUTPUT_SLOW | OUTPUT_PUSH_PULL))
    #define TOGGLE_WATCHDOG_LED()      _TOGGLE_PORT(I, BLINK_LED)        // blink the LED, if set as output

    #define INIT_WATCHDOG_DISABLE()
    #define WATCHDOG_DISABLE()         0

    #define FORCE_BOOT()               (_READ_PORT_MASK(I, (USER_KEY_BUTTON))) // hold user key at reset to force boot loader mode

    // LEDs
    //
                                       // '0'            '1'        input state  center (x,   y)  0 = circle, radius, controlling port, controlling pin
    #define KEYPAD_LED_DEFINITIONS     {RGB(50, 50, 50), RGB(0, 255, 0), 0, {14, 163, 27, 168}, _PORTI, LED1}

    #define BUTTON_KEY_DEFINITIONS     {_PORTI, USER_KEY_BUTTON, {16, 235, 31, 250}}

    #define KEYPAD "../../uTaskerV1.4/Simulator/KeyPads/STM32F746-DISC.bmp"

    // Power down the USB controller and disable interrupts before jumping to the application
    //
    #define RESET_PERIPHERALS()        IRQ0_31_CER  = 0xffffffff; \
                                       IRQ32_63_CER = 0xffffffff; \
                                       IRQ64_95_CER = 0xffffffff; \
                                       IRQ0_31_CPR  = 0xffffffff; \
                                       IRQ32_63_CPR = 0xffffffff; \
                                       IRQ64_95_CPR = 0xffffffff; \
                                       POWER_DOWN(AHB2, RCC_AHB2ENR_OTGFSEN); \
                                       POWER_DOWN(APB2, RCC_APB2ENR_SYSCFGEN); \
                                       SDIO_POWER = SDIO_POWER_POWER_OFF;

5. For SD card operation share the setup with other boards alreadiy using the SD card controller:
    #if defined STM3240G_EVAL || defined ST_MB997A_DISCOVERY || defined STM32F746G_DISCO
        #define SD_CONTROLLER_AVAILABLE                                  // use SDIO rather than SPI (necessary on STM3240G-EVAL board)


Regards

Mark




Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 11, 2019, 01:44:31 AM
Hello Mark, thanks for your reply.
Im confused, several versions, but most fail when I try to compile.

What version I must use for a Bootloader by SD, with the STM32F746 ?


I have open the STM32_uTaskerV1.4.9_pre_20.12.2016. I load the three Applications and I compile.
uTaskerboot --------> fail (debug.c:2778: undefined reference to `fnUpTime')
uTaskerSerialBoot --> fail (debug.c:2778: undefined reference to `fnUpTime')
uTaskerV1.4 --> This compile.

What of the three I must use for a Bootloader by SD for a STM32F746 ?





Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: mark on June 11, 2019, 01:50:54 AM
Hi

Are you using the open source version on GITHUB or the professional version?

Regards

Mark
Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 11, 2019, 01:58:28 AM
Hi

Are you using the open source version on GITHUB or the professional version?

Regards

Mark


I do not understand what do you mean, I work with the sources STM32_uTaskerV1.4.9_pre_20.12.2016
Only the uTaskerV1.4 compile, but Im not sure if this is for STM32F746 bootloader by SD
Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 11, 2019, 02:04:47 AM

Now I have open the uTaskerV1.4.3_STM32, and this compile but there is nothing for the F746
Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: mark on June 11, 2019, 01:11:31 PM
Hi

These versions are quite old and some don't have STM32F7xx support in them.

The latest Open Source version of the project is on GIT HUB:
https://github.com/uTasker/uTasker-Kinetis
and allows developing projects that run on both STM32 and Kinetis parts.

To build the serial loader for STM32F746G_DISCO use the "uTaskerSerialBoot" project and not the "uTaskerV1.4" project, where I have just checked in the STM32F746G_DISCO configuration.

Good luck

Regards

Mark

Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 12, 2019, 12:07:24 AM

Ok, thank you Marc.
Are you planning to add NXP RT1020?

Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: mark on June 12, 2019, 02:03:21 PM
Hi

Yes, i.MX RT 1020 is in preparation.

To a previous question:

- debug.c is not a file used by either the uTaskerboot nor uTaskerSerialBoot, which means that the projects must be trying to use the wrong files.
- the project uTaskerSerialBoot includes a mode to load from the SD card[/b]

Regards

Mark
Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 13, 2019, 10:34:06 PM

ok, thanks.
I have replace _KINETIS by _STM32 and enable the define for the STM32F746, but there is none app_hw_stm32.h file to add the rest of parameters that you said in before post.



Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: mark on June 13, 2019, 10:46:12 PM
Hi

If using CooCox you need to open up the configuration and change the pre-processor define accordingly. For STM32 change _KINETIS to _STM32. Also change the linker script file to use the correct STM32 linker script file.

There are otherwise two separate IAR uTaskerSerialLoader projects - one for STM32 and one for KINETIS.

There are also two serarate GNU folders (with make files and liker scripts) for the two different processor families

Regards

Mark
Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 13, 2019, 10:54:07 PM
Yes, I saw, thanks.

I have replace _KINETIS by _STM32 and enable the define for the STM32F746G_DISCO, but there is none app_hw_stm32.h file to add the rest of parameters that you said in before post.
Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 13, 2019, 11:21:12 PM
 
I have add manually the app_hw_stm32.h file to the project, but though I have enable the define STM32F746G_DISCO, when I go to the app_hw_stm32.h, all the instructions for STM32F746G_DISCO are disabled.

I have closed and reopened the project, but they are always disabled.

Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: LuisHS on June 14, 2019, 09:26:45 PM

5. For SD card operation share the setup with other boards alreadiy using the SD card controller:
    #if defined STM3240G_EVAL || defined ST_MB997A_DISCOVERY || defined STM32F746G_DISCO
        #define SD_CONTROLLER_AVAILABLE                                  // use SDIO rather than SPI (necessary on STM3240G-EVAL board)



For this option, seem I need define also SDCARD_SUPPORT in config.h.
I must to do it here ??

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#if !defined TWR_K20D50M && !defined FRDM_K20D50M && !defined FRDM_KL46Z && !defined FRDM_KL43Z && !defined TWR_KL46Z48M && !defined FRDM_KL26Z && !defined FRDM_KL27Z && !defined TWR_KL25Z48M && !defined FRDM_KL02Z && !defined FRDM_KL03Z && !defined FRDM_KL05Z && !defined FRDM_KE02Z && !defined FRDM_KE02Z40M && !defined FRDM_KE04Z && !defined TWR_K20D72M && !defined TWR_K21D50M && !defined TWR_K22F120M && !defined TWR_K24F120M && !defined K24FN1M0_120 && !defined FRDM_K22F && !defined TWR_KV10Z32 && !defined TWR_KV31F120M && !defined K66FX1M0 // boards have no SD card socket
  //#define SDCARD_SUPPORT                                               // SD-card interface (only choose one of these options at a time)
  //#define SPI_FLASH_FAT                                                // SPI flash
        #define SIMPLE_FLASH                                             // don't perform block management and wear-levelling
        #define FLASH_FAT_MANAGEMENT_ADDRESS     (SIZE_OF_FLASH)
  //#define DELETE_SDCARD_FILE_AFTER_UPDATE


I must enable only one of the four options ?
Now there are enable two options

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  //#define SDCARD_SUPPORT                                               // SD-card interface (only choose one of these options at a time)
  //#define SPI_FLASH_FAT                                                // SPI flash
    #define SIMPLE_FLASH                                             // don't perform block management and wear-levelling
    #define FLASH_FAT_MANAGEMENT_ADDRESS     (SIZE_OF_FLASH)




Title: Re: Compile for STM32F746 fail
Post by: mark on June 14, 2019, 09:48:21 PM
Hi

I haven't used CooCox for a long time and now suspect that also some files from the Kinetis HW folder probably need to be removed from its project and those from the STM32 HW folder added instead. It may be best to take a copy of an older CooCox projejct directory from a working STM32 version and put it into the serial loader directory instead. I'll look later to see whether I need to add two CooCox projects to allow Kinetis and STM32 to be used or else whether different targets can be created to allow easier switching between the two.

For SD card loading only the SDCARD_SUPPORT needs to be enabled.

Regards

Mark