This is a port of the Dining Philosopher Problem (DPP) using the Quantum Leaps (http://state-machine.com) hierarchical state machine framework with the Light Weight IP (LwIP) network stack (http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lwip) and an ethernet driver implemented on the STM3220G-eval board (http://www.st.com/internet/evalboard/product/250374.jsp) running on stm32f207 Arm Cortex M3 uProcessor.
The project is eclipse based and uses Code Sourcery cross compiler. See http://www.stf12.org/developers/CORTEX_STM32F2xx_Template.html for setup.
For debugger and flashing, the ST-Link V/2 was used.
- Quantum Leaps State machine framework.
- Light Weight IP stack (LWIP)
- ST Micro STM3220G eval board running the STM32F207 Arm Cortex M3 microprocessor.
- Full ethernet working
- Minor fix to LWIP to fix ICMP packet (ping) when hardware checksum on STM32 processors is enabled.
One of the easiest apps to use
qplwipethstm32 is small and works nicely
simple and straight forward to use