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STM32Cube MCU Full Package for the STM32F1 series - (HAL + LL Drivers, CMSIS Core, CMSIS Device, MW libraries plus a set of Projects running on all boards provided by ST (Nucleo, Evaluation and Discovery Kits))

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STM32CubeF1 MCU Firmware Package

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STM32Cube is an STMicroelectronics original initiative to ease developers' life by reducing efforts, time and cost.

STM32Cube covers the overall STM32 products portfolio. It includes a comprehensive embedded software platform delivered for each STM32 series. * The CMSIS modules (core and device) corresponding to the ARM(tm) core implemented in this STM32 product. * The STM32 HAL-LL drivers, an abstraction layer offering a set of APIs ensuring maximized portability across the STM32 portfolio. * The BSP drivers of each evaluation, demonstration or nucleo board provided for this STM32 series. * A consistent set of middleware libraries such as RTOS, USB, FatFS, graphics, touch sensing library... * A full set of software projects (basic examples, applications, and demonstrations) for each board provided for this STM32 series.

The STM32CubeF1 MCU Package projects are directly running on the STM32F1 series boards. You can find in each Projects/Board name directories a set of software projects (Applications/Demonstration/Examples).

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Details about the content of this release are available in the release note here.

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Caution : The issues and the pull-requests are strictly limited to submit problems or suggestions related to the software delivered in this repository.

For any other question related to the product, the hardware performance or characteristics, the tools, the environment, you can submit it to the ST Community on the STM32 MCUs related page.

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