A new version has been released and is available through Eclipse update system (“Help > Check for Updates”) and through All-in-One installer.
The release v2.4.0 adds support for:
New STM32Cube package versions:
- STM32Cube F4 V1.19.0
- STM32Cube F7 V1.9.0
- STM32Cube H7 V1.2.0
- STM32Cube L4 V1.11.0
New boards of the STM32L4 series:
New part numbers of the STM32F0 series:
STM32F042C4Ux, STM32F042K4Tx, STM32F098VCHx
New part numbers of the STM32F3 series:
STM32F301K6Tx, STM32F301K8Tx, STM32F303C8Yx, STM32F378VCHx
New part numbers of the STM32F4 series:
New part numbers of the STM32L0 series:
New part numbers of the STM32L1 series:
New part numbers of the STM32L4 series:
This release provides the following improvements:
- Updated JRE to version 1.8.0_151
- Parallel build compile option set by default at project creation level
- Automated startup file generation: adding interrupt handlers definition for peripherals
- Add support for core peripheral registers SCB, STK, MPU, FPU for the following series : H7, L4+
This release provides the following fixes:
- Fixed STM32F407G-DISC1 board status (change from obsolete to active)
- Fixed random #undef warnings displayed into Problem view
- On “Release” configuration the assembler must not generated debugging information by default.
- Installers need at least 600Mo free space on the installation volume
- The new CDT Debug Console, that offers a powerful GDB console, is not supported yet.
- In some Linux environments the Welcome screen rendering could appear messy (empty page, missing icons). This is generally caused by an unresolved WebKit1 library required
by SWT for GTK2. To restore this display issue it is advised to install the following package: $ sudo apt-get install libwebkitgtk-1.0-0
- On Ubuntu, version 14.04 is now required to run System Workbench for STM32
- For MAC OSX Users : Due to missing path to JRE, some users could not launch the installer. This issue is now fixed. For users who have installed the Oracle Java JDK, the old/new installers are still working.