After the morning presentations, a delicious lunch, a short none the less restoring nap, I started working on my stm32 practical.
As I felt completely disarmed in front a such a huge project, I decided I would start by :
- checking chibios documentation http://www.chibios.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=chibios:documents (especially the guide concerning porting and integration)
- explored the chibios sources and took time read the readme.txt files which explained the purpose of each folders
Then I figured I would re-read the important parts of the stm32 reference manual and take notes.
I am pretty concern with the practicals because I haven’t produced any code yet but it is my way of working : I always prefer to take time to fully understand the different tools before starting. Thus I can build my code on solid knowledges and earn some time avoiding basic mistakes.
Tomorow will be important to me because I expect to do an important break through in the practicals.