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More information can be found in the detailed release notes referenced later in this article.

SW4TM32 - System Workbench for STM32 2.8.0 - STM32-CoPro-MPU plugin version 1.0.0[edit]

The STM32-CoPro-MPU plugin, based onto the System Workbench for STM32 (SW4STM32), targets the support of Cortex®-M core contained in the STM32MP1 Family.
It is included in System Workbench for STM32 from version 2.8.0.
It provides:

  • the target status widget,
  • the console management,
  • the project creation, compilation and debug in two modes:
    • Engineering Mode,
    • Production Mode, with Cortex®-M firmware download :
      • via Ethernet Network (LAN or Point-to-Point)
      • via Ethernet over USB
  • the remote system explorer configuration


It is available on Linux® and Windows® platforms.

Upgrading your System Workbench, STM32-CoPro-MPU plugin can be installed using the System Workbench for STM32 - Updates in menu Windows > Preferences > Install/Update > Available Software Site.
The installation is then the standard Eclipse one: Help > Install New Software...

In order to access to the Ac6 site, take care to configure proxy at Eclipse level: in Windows > Preferences > General > Network Connections; Active Provider set to Manual.
Then after selecting HTTP proxy entry, click Edit... and enter your proxy setup.


IDE for Linux® host PC IDE for Windows® host PC
Download

Version 1.0.0 in SW4STM32 2.8.0

  • Download the all-in-one Linux installer 2.8 install_sw4stm32_linux_64bits-v2.8.run from openstm32.org

Version 1.0.0 in SW4STM32 2.8.0

  • Download the all-in-one Windows installer 2.8 install_sw4stm32_win_64bits-v2.8.exe from openstm32.org
Installation
  • Run the installation script
$ chmod +x install_sw4stm32_linux_64bits-v2.8.run
$ ./install_sw4stm32_linux_64bits-v2.8.run
  • Run the installation exe
$ install_sw4stm32_win_64bits-v2.8.exe
Detailed release notes Details about the content of this tool version are available on openstm32.org

Details about the content of this tool version are available on openstm32.org


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More information can be found in the detailed release notes referenced later in this article.

== SW4TM32 - System Workbench for STM32 2.8.0 - ''STM32-CoPro-MPU plugin version 1.0.0''==

The '''STM32-CoPro-MPU''' plugin, based onto the ''System Workbench for STM32'' (SW4STM32), targets the support of Cortex<sup>&reg;</sup>-M core contained in the STM32MP1 Family. <br>

It is included in '''System Workbench for STM32''' from version 2.8.0. <br>

It provides:<br>

* the target status widget, 
* the console management, 
* the project creation, compilation and debug in two modes:
** '''Engineering Mode''', 
** '''Production Mode''', with Cortex<sup>&reg;</sup>-M firmware download :
***via Ethernet Network (LAN or Point-to-Point)
***via Ethernet over USB
*the remote system explorer configuration<br>

It is available on Linux<sup>&reg;</sup> and Windows<sup>&reg;</sup> platforms. <br>
<br>


Upgrading your System Workbench, '''STM32-CoPro-MPU''' plugin can be installed using the [http://www.ac6-tools.com/Eclipse-updates/org.openstm32.system-workbench.update-site-v2/ System Workbench for STM32 - Updates] 
in menu ''Windows > Preferences > Install/Update > Available Software Site''.  <br>

The installation is then the standard Eclipse one: ''Help > Install New Software...''  <br> 
<br>

In order to access to the Ac6 site, take care to configure proxy at Eclipse level: in ''Windows > Preferences > General > Network Connections''; Active Provider set to ''Manual''. <br>

Then after selecting ''HTTP'' proxy entry, click ''Edit...'' and enter your proxy setup.
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!  !! IDE for Linux<sup>&reg;</sup> host PC!! IDE for Windows<sup>&reg;</sup> host PC
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| '''Download''' 
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'''Version 1.0.0 in SW4STM32 2.8.0 '''
*Download the all-in-one Linux installer 2.8 '''install_sw4stm32_linux_64bits-v2.8.run''' from [http://www.openstm32.org/HomePage openstm32.org]
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'''Version 1.0.0 in SW4STM32 2.8.0 '''
*Download the all-in-one Windows installer 2.8 '''install_sw4stm32_win_64bits-v2.8.exe''' from [http://www.openstm32.org/HomePage openstm32.org]
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| '''Installation''' 
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* Run the installation script
 $ chmod +x install_sw4stm32_linux_64bits-v2.8.run
 $ ./install_sw4stm32_linux_64bits-v2.8.run
*Then follow instructions given on [http://www.openstm32.org/HomePage openstm32.org]
* '''When the installation is over''', to use the tool, you can follow instruction given in [[STM32-CoPro-MPU plugin for SW4STM32]] or in the detailed release note. 
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* Run the installation exe
 $ install_sw4stm32_win_64bits-v2.8.exe
*Then follow instructions given on [http://www.openstm32.org/HomePage openstm32.org]
* '''When the installation is over''', to use the tool, you can follow instruction given in [[STM32-CoPro-MPU plugin for SW4STM32]] or in the detailed release note. 
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| '''Detailed release notes''' 
||Details about the content of this tool version are available on [http://www.openstm32.org/HomePage openstm32.org]
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Details about the content of this tool version are available on [http://www.openstm32.org/HomePage openstm32.org]
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