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  • Hi Steve, The importer will simply import whatever the CudeIDE project is at that point. A reimport is not available. Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, Thank you for providing the file. However it displays perfectly fine on my Ozone setup, see attachment. Did you change any of the default Ozone settings in the preferences that are font related? If yes, could you change them back to default ans check again? What host OS are you running on exactly? Are you using the 32 bit or 64 bit version of Ozone? Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, The importer was tested for Windows only for now as CubeMX was not always multi platform. So it is possible that some paths may not be matching for the import. We are currently planing on creating a little guide on how to import CudeMX generated projects to Embedded Studio and will check the other platforms as well. Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, it should make no difference what J-Link you are using. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Yes Delay functions can be helpful. But as said the implementation is target specific. With Arduino you have thousands of files in Arduino software taking care of this under the hood. Same goes for the ST HAL in CubeMX. Someone has to implement the function. We do not do this as it does not make sense to us to create yet another HAL and try to compete with ST. But you can of course also use the ST HAL in an Embedded Studio project and then you can also use the same delay function. You can…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Currently it seems that chinese characters in textblocks are not supported. Could you provide a text file with some chinese characters for reference? We will add this as a feature request to our wishlist. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Martin, The issue is indeed reproducible. We will check if this is something that can be fixed from our side. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Martin, Thank you for your inquiry. Such an issue is not known to us. Kubuntu is not one of the tested distributions by us, but it should still work as well as with Ubuntu. Anyhow I will try to get a hold of an Kubuntu VM and see if the issue is reproducible. In the meantime could you give the portable tarball of Ozone a try? Does this work on your setup? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Such an issue is not known to us. Could you give the latest SystemView and J-Link software version a try? Do you still see the issue then? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. As mentioned in your other post the CPU support Packages provided by Embedded Studio will give you access to CMSIS files from the silicon vendors, but not the HAL or SDK or whatever else a silicon vendor might offer. One of the files is e.g. the system_stm32f4xx.c (or what ever STM32F subfamily you are using). There you will find function SystemInit(). There the clock init is happening. The CMSIS default will give you a setup that should run on any board with t…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. There is no generic way to implement a time based delay function for embedded targets. It is always target and architecture specific. So providing a "generic" function is not possible as we are supporting all Arm targets and not only ST. The CPU support packages provided with Embedded Studio give access to the Arm CMSIS layer for that particular device which gives you all you need to get started with your chip bare metal and have the whole chip described via re…

  • Hi, Quote from MUETA: “I am not really where such an approach ends ” Well it ends there where you have resolved all dependencies and added all needed sources to your project. Not sure what you expect here. It is always the same approach when writing software. Please understand that setting up a custom project is user responsibility which we can't provide support for. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The focus should be on the yes by default. Could you reupload your picture? It did not seem to have worked the first time. Quote from TxCodeMonkey: “for reference, Big Sur, V3.22d (V3.22e is not usable on Big Sur) ” How so? We have many customers using V3.22e on big sur. What is not working? Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, Thank you for your inquiry. Changing the background color is not available right now. We will add it to our wishlist. Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, Quote from v01d: “V3.22e. Host === Linux ” Which distribution and version? Default install, or custom changes? Quote from v01d: “After looking more into this, it seem _ALWAYS_ the case that it freezes of any of the break points are set in the c init routine, e.g. checking reset cause, e.g por vs wdog reset. It does not, seems, happen anything past main(). ” Could you provide a sample application that could run on an eval board that shows this behaviour with reproduction steps? Quote from v01…

  • Hello Max, Thank you for your inquiry. Currently there are no ligature fonts available for ES and external fonts can't be added. There are also no plans to add other fonts right now. You can find the available preinstalled fonts for ES under Tools->Options->TextEditor. The two threads you linked have nothing to do with font ligatures in ES. It is rather a broken quote formatting from the Forums Text Editor where the post creator did not know how to use quotes in a thread properly. Best regards, …

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Could you clarify which version of Embedded Studio you are using. What toolchain? Which run time library? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The issue is that you are using Embedded Studio without a valid license which is a license violation... See here for how to fix the issue: So yes, you can keep using the V4.xx version of Embedded Studio but need a license and can't "evaluate" it anymore. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Glenn, Thank you for your inquiry. Such an issue is not known to us. Where in your Ozone script do you set the JLinkScript file? We recommend to use BeforeTargetConnect() to make sure it is set each time a new debug session is triggered. Should that already be the case, could you provide a J-Link log of the Ozone and commander session in comparison? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The overlap most likely happens as you have static defined buffers in your header. Now every C file you include this header will initialize its own copy of this buffer. Thus it does not fit into the section if used more than once. What you are probably looking to do is to have a global buffer which is reference in multiple modules. For this you use the extern declaration in the other modules. Please understand that we can't provide further assistance as this is…