We’re porting an application for one of our oceanographic research platforms from C# to C++ using VisualGDB for the IDE. We could definitely use some help getting a well structured VisualGDB project up and running and some help writing the drivers for the target STM32H7A target microcontroller peripherals (UARTs, I2C,FatFs, external RAM and Flash., etc.). A brief overview of the project is at https://www.mbari.org/coastal-profiling-float/ . Please let me know if you’re interested and we can chat further.
Cheers – Gene Massion
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I thought I’d try again to see if there was someone interested in a consulting job to help get us started with a VisualGDB project running on a standard STM Nucleo H7A3ZI-Q board. I’ve made some progress talking to various peripherals starting with the STM examples on this and other Nucleo boards. However, I could definitely use some help getting a basic VisualGDB project working on this Nucleo board that talks to a UART using DMA and also implements a FatFS on a SD card with timers that run at the correct rate. If I got that going, it would be a huge help but there’s plenty of work after that if you’re still interested.