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Started by ravi, March 22, 2013, 02:44:22 pm

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I am using Olimex STM32F107 Board and I am using ARM-USb-TINY-H debugger as a middle ware to download my code and I am using KEIL development Studio to compile my code and i am not able to buid my program and run the question is that whether Arm debugger (ARM-USb-TINY-H) supports every compiler or are there any special compilers to program Arm STM32F107. thanking you


Hey ravi,

We really have no experience with KEIL products. We also have no ready demo projects for KEIL uVision. The default STM32F107 libraries and the examples available should be modified to run properly, even if you manage to connect the debugger.

The IDEs recommended for Olimex ARM-USB-TINY-H are: 1. Eclipse + OpenOCD; 2. IAR EW for ARM + OpenOCD (GDBserver); 3. Rowley Crossworks for ARM; 4. CooCox IDE.

A good idea is to test our free IDE to test if everything is OK - it works with STM32-P107/H107 and has built-in support for our JTAGs. Link for more info and download:

Best regards,
Technical support and documentation manager at Olimex


Hey ravi

On the Keil MCBSTM32C Board is the same Microcontroller, so maybe you could look the examples for these Board
in your installation path:

Link Keil Board:

For ARM-USB-TINY-H/CoLinkEx ect. you can use the CoFlash Plug-in for Keil MDK-ARM.

I made a project for an EFM32 Olimex Board with CoLinkEx on my Github account, there you could find some more information about this plug in:

Best regards