BEERBRAZZERS. Light control. Vixen Lights 3. Quick start (1/4)

Good evening ladies and gentlemen! I wish all good health and good mood! Now I will start a cycle of ten articles devoted to the development of the BEERBRAZZERS brewery. It is not recommended to treat this cycle seriously. It's all for fun and, as they say, purely for fun. The first article will deal with the management of light under music. Indeed, where in the brewing industry without it? Anywhere. And if so, let's proceed.
 
 
BEERBRAZZERS. Light control. Vixen Lights 3. Quick start (1/4)
 
 
Actually, what are we talking about? Many of you probably know that in the states everyone is fanatical from decorating their grounds for Christmas with various garlands, lamps...
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STM32 + NetBeans =?

STM32 + NetBeans =?

 
As you know, compatibility with GNU tools and GDB support make almost any popular development environment suitable for debugging a wide range of embedded platforms, mostly free of charge and legally. In theory.
 
 
What happens in practice when trying to make friends STM32 and NetBeans, and is it possible in principle to get a workable system with support for the newest stones - under the cut.
 
 
Spoiler [/b]
Yes. But no.
setup guide. . The main difference was only in the OS (Linux against Win7 x64 for me)...
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Debugging multithreaded programs based on FreeRTOS

Debugging multithreaded programs based on FreeRTOS

 
Debugging multitasking programs is not easy, especially if you are faced with this for the first time. After the joy of launching the first task or the first demo of the program, from the infinitely disturbing observation of the LEDs, each of which blinks in its own task, the time comes when you realize that you understand very little ( , You do not get at all ) about what is actually happening. Classics of the genre: "I allocated 3KB to the operating system and launched only 3 tasks with a 128B stack, and for the fourth time, for some reason, there is not enough memory" or "How many stacks should ...
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