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.

Features

  • 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.

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Intended Audience

Aerospace, Science/Research, Telecommunications Industry, Security, Engineering

Programming Language

Assembly, C

Registered

2012-06-14