December 7, 2017, 4:32pm
I have a simple question,
Where in the project tree should I put mbed configuration files like
mbed_app.json? I want to disable a few things e.g.
hwfc for the nRF52 DK target. I know I can do this in
/framework-mbed/targets folder, but I would like to have separate settings for this specific project.
We don’t support
mbed_app.json, please use
Redirecting... and build options.
December 19, 2017, 12:18pm
Can you provide an example how this can be specified?
How do you do that with mbed CLI?
I think there is no answer in the thread. I want to do this:
01:15AM - 17 Jun 17 UTC
12:49PM - 17 Jun 17 UTC
- Type: Critical bug
- Related issue: https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-os-exampl
- Priority: Blocker
I believe the same behavior (serial port not open on PC causing system hang) happens on nrf52 targets as well. As soon as I reach a printf, the cpu hang.
This was reproducible on nrf52DK when trying to open a second serial port on two random I/O pins.
Is there a workaround for nrf52? I saw the related issue on nrf51dk.
This did not pose a problem in older versions of mbed, but seems to be happening with mbed lib v144 (both OS2 and OS5).
GCC_ARM / mbed online compiler
System should not hang.
To the mbed_app.json
any way to do this in some config?
Did you find a solution by now?
@ivankravets, may you help a bit?
How to set this type
I tried to figure out how to use Low Frequency Internal Crystal.
See my comment here
10:00AM - 14 Dec 18 UTC
09:31PM - 21 Feb 19 UTC
I'm trying to port my project in PIO to original arm's mbed framework with
… `mbed-cli`. The code compiles fine but it runs into a problem on executing because using large arrays which worked fine on PIO but have some problem with mbed framework. I search and found that PIO uses some unique configurations on each target and on the other side mbed uses `mbed_app.json` and `mbed_config.h` for the configuration. I was wondering if there are any public way that I can port the PIO configuration for my target?
I'm using DISCO_F407VG target.
A temporary solution is to use
build_flags. For example,
platform = ...
build_flags = -D MBED_CONF_NORDIC_NRF_LF_CLOCK_CALIB_TIMER_INTERVAL
it works well for me
What is your
mbed_app.json? We will add soon support for it.
I followed this