Embedded Artists' LPC4088 QuickStart board is now supported

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Embedded Artists' LPC4088 QuickStart board is now supported

Postby cfbsoftware » Sat Jul 19, 2014 2:04 am

Embedded Artists' mbed-enabled Cortex-M4 LPC4088 QuickStart board is now supported for use with Astrobe for Cortex-M4. Follow these instructions to get started by building a simple example application written in the Oberon programming language to run on your QuickStart board:

1. Connect your LPC4088 QuickStart board to a spare USB port on your PC.

2. Check that you have the latest mbed CMSIS-DAP firmware installed on your QuickStart board.

3. Start Astrobe for Cortex-M4 and select Open from the Astrobe File menu to open a source code example e.g. ShowTime.mod located in your Astrobe Examples\LPC4088 folder

4. Select Open from the Configuration menu and open the LPC4088.ini configuration file:

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5. Set the USB Drive Folder to the drive name of your QuickStart board e.g. G: The other default values should all be OK.

6. Save the configuration. Once you have done this you should not have to change the configuration again.

7. Compile and Link (or Build) your application.

8. Select Upload USB Drive from the Astrobe Run menu to upload your executable file to the QuickStart board.

9. Select Run from the Astrobe Run menu to open the Astrobe terminal window:

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10. Select the COM port that is connected to your QuickStart board from the Port drop-down list which shows all the enabled COM ports on your PC.

11. Click on the Reset button on the Terminal window. This will reset the QuickStart board.

12. Enter the hours, minutes and seconds in the Input pane when prompted and you should see the output from the application displayed in the Output pane.
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