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CaptainBoing
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ah! sorry - our posts crossed.

a memory leak perhaps? given the consistency of the fail?

Edited by CaptainBoing on 26 September 2018 at 12:57am

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In the meantime...

I have converted the pin labels from TassyJims spreadsheet into a block of Consts so the pins on the nucleo board can be programmed using the labels in your code (and the Arduino ones too).

You can now program any pin using either the ST terminology, the arduino terminology or the Morpho connector and pin. You'll still need to use eother Jim's spreadsheet for a detailed description of function or the Microcontroller PDF (which is heavier fodder) to decide which pins are best suited to your project.

use these just as normal, e.g.
 SetPin PE2,DIN,PULLUPx=Pin(CN11_46)

etc

 Const PE2=1,D56=1,CN9_14=1,CN11_46=1     Const PE3=2,D60=2,CN9_22=2,CN11_47=2     Const PE4=3,D57=3,CN9_16=3,CN11_48=3     Const PE5=4,D58=4,CN9_18=4,CN11_50=4     Const PE6=5,D59=5,CN9_20=5,CN11_62=5     Const PC13=7,CN11_23=7     Const PC14=8,CN11_25=8     Const PC15=9,CN11_27=9     Const PF0=10,D68=10,CN9_21=10,CN11_53=10     Const PF1=11,D69=11,CN9_19=11,CN11_51=11     Const PF2=12,D70=12,CN9_17=12,CN11_52=12     Const PF3=13,A3=13,CN9_7=13,CN12_58=13     Const PF4=14,A8=14,CN10_11=14,CN12_38=14     Const PF5=15,A4=15,CN9_9=15,CN12_36=15     Const PF6=18,CN11_9=18     Const PF7=19,D62=19,CN9_26=19,CN11_11=19     Const PF8=20,CN11_54=20     Const PF9=21,D63=21,CN9_28=21,CN11_56=21     Const PF10=22,A5=22,CN9_11=22,CN12_42=22     Const PH0=23,CN11_29=23     Const PH1=24,CN11_31=24     Const PC0=26,A1=26,CN9_3=26,CN11_38=26     Const PC1=27,CN11_36=27     Const PC2=28,A7=28,CN10_9=28,CN11_35=28     Const PC3=29,A2=29,CN9_5=29,CN11_37=29     Const PA0=34,D32=34,CN10_29=34,CN11_28=34     Const PA1=35,CN11_30=35     Const PA2=36,CN12_35=36     Const PA3=37,A0=37,CN9_1=37,CN12_37=37     Const PA4=40,D24=40,CN7_17=40,CN11_32=40     Const PA5=41,D13=41,CN7_10=41,CN12_11=41     Const PA6=42,D12=42,CN7_12=42,CN12_13=42     Const PA7=43,D11=43,CN7_14=43,CN12_15=43     Const PC4=44,CN12_34=44     Const PC5=45,CN12_6=45     Const PB0=46,D33=46,CN10_31=46,CN11_34=46     Const PB1=47,A6=47,CN10_7=47,CN12_24=47     Const PB2=48,D27=48,CN10_15=48,CN12_22=48     Const PF11=49,CN12_62=49     Const PF12=50,D8=50,CN7_20=50,CN12_59=50     Const PF13=53,D7=53,CN10_2=53,CN12_57=53      Const PF14=54,D4=54,CN10_8=54,CN12_50=54     Const PF15=55,CN12_60=55     Const PG0=56,CN11_59=56     Const PG1=57,D64=57,CN9_30=57,CN11_58=57     Const PE7=58,D41=58,CN10_20=58,CN12_44=58     Const PE8=59,D42=59,CN10_18=59,CN12_40=59     Const PE9=60,D6=60,CN10_4=60,CN12_52=60     Const PE10=63,D40=63,CN10_24=63,CN12_47=63     Const PE11=64,D5=64,CN10_6=64,CN12_56=64     Const PE12=65,D39=65,CN10_26=65,CN12_49=65     Const PE13=66,D3=66,CN10_12=66,CN12_55=66     Const PE14=67,D38=67,CN10_28=67,CN12_51=67     Const PE15=68,CN12_53=68     Const PB10=69,D36=69,CN10_32=69,CN12_25=69     Const PB11=70,D35=70,CN10_34=70,CN12_18=70     Const PB12=73,D19=73,CN7_7=73,CN12_16=73     Const PB13=74,D18=74,CN7_5=74,CN12_30=74     Const PB14=75,CN12_28=75     Const PB15=76,D17=76,CN7_3=76,CN12_26=76     Const PD8=77,CN12_10=77     Const PD9=78,CN11_69=78     Const PD10=79,CN12_65=79     Const PD11=80,D30=80,CN10_23=80,CN12_45=80     Const PD12=81,D29=81,CN10_21=81,CN12_43=81     Const PD13=82,D28=82,CN10_19=82,CN12_41=82     Const PD14=85,D10=85,CN7_16=85,CN12_46=85     Const PD15=86,D9=86,CN7_18=86,CN12_48=86     Const PG2=87,D49=87,CN8_14=87,CN11_42=87     Const PG3=88,D50=88,CN8_16=88,CN11_44=88     Const PG4=89,CN12_69=89     Const PG5=90,CN12_68=90     Const PG6=91,CN12_70=91     Const PG7=92,CN12_67=92     Const PG8=93,CN12_66=93     Const PC6=96,D16=96,CN7_1=96,CN12_4=96     Const PC7=97,D21=97,CN7_11=97,CN12_19=97     Const PC8=98,D43=98,CN8_2=98,CN12_2=98     Const PC9=99,D44=99,CN8_4=99,CN12_1=99     Const PA8=100,CN12_23=100     Const PA9=101,CN12_21=101     Const PA10=102,CN12_33=102     Const PA11=103,CN12_14=103     Const PA12=104,CN12_12=104     Const PA13=105,CN11_13=105     Const PA14=109,CN11_15=109     Const PA15=110,D20=110,CN7_9=110,CN11_17=110     Const PC10=111,D45=111,CN8_6=111,CN11_1=111     Const PC11=112,D46=112,CN8_8=112,CN11_2=112     Const PC12=113,D47=113,CN8_10=113,CN11_3=113     Const PD0=114,D67=114,CN9_25=114,CN11_57=114     Const PD1=115,D66=115,CN9_27=115,CN11_55=115     Const PD2=116,D48=116,CN8_12=116,CN11_4=116     Const PD3=117,D55=117,CN9_10=117,CN11_40=117     Const PD4=118,D54=118,CN9_8=118,CN11_39=118     Const PD5=119,D53=119,CN9_6=119,CN11_41=119     Const PD6=122,D52=122,CN9_4=122,CN11_43=122     Const PD7=123,D51=123,CN9_2=123,CN11_45=123     Const PG9=124,D0=124,CN10_16=124,CN11_63=124     Const PG10=125,CN11_66=125     Const PG11=126,CN11_70=126     Const PG12=127,CN11_65=127     Const PG13=128,CN11_68=128     Const PG14=129,D1=129,CN10_14=129,CN12_61=129     Const PG15=132,CN11_64=132     Const PB3=133,D23=133,CN7_15=133,CN12_31=133     Const PB4=134,D25=134,CN7_19=134,CN12_27=134     Const PB5=135,D22=135,CN7_13=135,CN12_29=135     Const PB6=136,D26=136,CN10_13=136,CN12_17=136     Const PB7=137,CN11_21=137     Const PB8=139,D15=139,CN7_2=139,CN12_3=139     Const PB9=140,D14=140,CN7_4=140,CN12_5=140     Const PE0=141,D34=141,CN10_33=141,CN12_64=141     Const PE1=142,CN11_61=142

enjoy

Edited by CaptainBoing on 26 September 2018 at 1:22am

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Quote:
 I have converted the pin labels from TassyJims spreadsheet into a block of Consts so the pins on the nucleo board can be programmed using the labels in your code (and the Arduino ones too).

I'll include this in the manual if that is OK?

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This should fix the string bug. The interesting thing is that the relevant code was identical to the MM2, MM+, MMX and Pi-cromite. All of the Pi-cromite, MMX and the Armmite have the problem. Common factors are they all have a memory cache and they all use later versions of the GCC compiler than the one used by Geoff - not sure what is causing the problem but a variable updated in one routine was being used incorrectly in another despite declaring it "volatile" which should cause the compiler to avoid optimising access to it.

2018-09-26_021728_Armmite1.3.zip

2018-09-26_022332_Armmite_H7_Manual.pdf

Edited by matherp on 26 September 2018 at 2:52am

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matherp wrote:
 I'll include this in the manual if that is OK?

absolutely

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matherp wrote:
 This should fix the string bug. *snip*

Thanks Peter, that seems to have sorted it. I left it spinning with a screen scroll-back of 20K lines and waited for it to fill then did the same with the original test prog that is a degree more complex all with no errors.

u da bes'

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I have had a couple of hang-ups from the terminal session during testing which I put down to USB problems, dodgy cables getting nudged etc. seen it all before. But tonight I have determined these are actually crashes.

I set a test program running and left it and when I came back the console was non-responsive. This time I closed and re-opened and the terminal connected OK which discounted any USB problem (it would have complained about "COMx not available").

So I set the test program to toggle the red LED and after a power cycle set it going, this time if it dropped off I could tell if the program was still running despite the unresponsive console.

Sorry to say the LED stops flashing as the terminal goes away so it looks like I am getting a system crash. Oddly, it requires a complete power cycle - The reset button doesn't bring it out of the coma. Even taking GND to the NRST pin on CN11 or direct to pin 25 on the processor doesn't work, only a power cycle. Some corruption that stops a warm boot from working?

Any ideas? Anyone else getting this or does it stay up for days for you?

regards

h

EDIT: Forgot to attach the code if anyone else wants to try

2018-09-26_060652_code.zip

Edited by CaptainBoing on 26 September 2018 at 6:09am

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One thing I had noticed is the occasional character being sent to the console gets converted to a backspace. I thought it was just MMEdit but the same random thing happens with teraterm. What you see will depend on how the terminal program handles backspace characters.

It appears at random intervals.
Haven't tried the latest firmware yet.

Jim

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CaptainBoing wrote:
 In the meantime...I have converted the pin labels from TassyJims spreadsheet into a block of Consts so the pins on the nucleo board can be programmed using the labels in your code (and the Arduino ones too).You can now program any pin using either the ST terminology, the arduino terminology or the Morpho connector and pin. You'll still need to use eother Jim's spreadsheet for a detailed description of function or the Microcontroller PDF (which is heavier fodder) to decide which pins are best suited to your project.

Thank you, that will be a great help to me in these early stages. I'm also having trouble reading the board pins, I searched for a large clear connector pin-out layout but haven't found any as yet, I'm just going to take a photo of the board, enlarge it and print it, seems to be all I can come up with for now.

Al least my simple LED flasher and user button interrupt are working correctly with autorun playing along now.

Thanks to all.

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Is my memory going?

I thought pressing the reset button used to display the MM.BASIC copyright notices?

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It does. If everything is working OK.

EDIT:
CaptainBoing wrote:
 I have converted the pin labels from TassyJims spreadsheet into a block of Consts so the pins on the nucleo board can be programmed using the labels in your code (and the Arduino ones too).You can now program any pin using either the ST terminology, the arduino terminology or the Morpho connector and pin. You'll still need to use eother Jim's spreadsheet for a detailed description of function or the Microcontroller PDF (which is heavier fodder) to decide which pins are best suited to your project.

Marvellous. Thanks. You've just saved me a heap of work, as I was about to do something similar so I could find the correct pins for things.

Edited by Grogster on 26 September 2018 at 10:36am

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Grogster wrote:
 It does. If everything is working OK.

? Stopped after the latest release was loaded from a few post back, and now no mm.basic copyright info. I'll go back and do a verify and see it something happened, otherwise I'll reload it and try again.

I can't get out to get the required headers to connect anything up, I'll have to wait for my wife to get them tomorrow - sigh!

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