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STM32F100 to STM8S105 SWIM library

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SWIM protocol for flash programming of STM8 processors

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Library for programming flash memory of STM8S105 using STM32F100. You may use this abandoned project as an inspiration.

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    Hi ratiafak, nice work. I have been working with STM8 uc for a while. I would like to code an Application software on windows for Real Time Debugging, I've been studying the ST Programming Toolkit API but it seems that it only provides PROGRAM MEMORY,EEPROM MEMORY and OPTION bytes access so I,ve been looking for a workaroud to access RAM memory on the run. I've seen that tools that offer RAM MEMORY access use SWIM_API.dll but couldn't find any documentation about it and reverse engineering the API for this dll is not an option. Could you please give me some advice? I just need RAM MEMORY access. Thanks.

    Posted 11/05/2016
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Developers, Engineering

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Registered

2013-11-15

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