STM32 LL projects for Eclipse and TrueStudio IDEs

The following projects were made for the Low Layer driver (which is part of the HAL driver) and hosted at sourceforge.net as SVN repositories (I don’t do well with git) – under linux I use RapidSVN client. In the light of the new events, I decided to convert them to the SPL driver and my move in using this driver is permanent. The repositories were deleted I have here a backup. The list contains the following projects (that will be prefixed at the time of conversion with spl_ instead of ll_):

1. – ll_blink – blinks a LED with blocking delays;
2. – ll_blink_nonblocking – blinks a LED with non_blocking delays (similar to Arduino millis);
3. – ll_ds18b20_single_lcd – displays on LCD the temperature and displays also the ID of the sensor;
4. – ll_ds18b20_multiple_lcd – displays on LCD the temperature of two sensors, where the IDs are known from the project nr.3;
5. – ll_lcd4_hello – displays a text and a numeric counter on a 2×16 alphanumeric LCD;
6. – ll_library – this is just a container where are stored additional libraries that are used by the projects;
7. – ll_max44009_test – measuring the light intensity in LUX using the hardware I2C peripheral;
8. – ll_max44009_test_sw_i2c – measuring the light intensity in LUX using the software I2C;
9. – ll_pcf8583_clock_lcd * – displays the time and data on LCD;
10. – ll_pcf8583_clock_lcd_sw_i2c – displays the time and data on LCD using the software I2C;
11. – ll_pcf8583_daily_alarm_lcd – displays the time and data and sets and sounds a daily alarm;
12. – ll_pcf8583_daily_alarm_lcd_sw_i2c – displays the time and data and sets and sounds a daily alarm using the software I2C;
13. – ll_pcf8583_weekdays_alarm_lcd – displays the time and data and sets and sounds alarm in certain days of a week;
14. – ll_pcf8583_weekdays_alarm_lcd_sw_i2c – displays the time and data and sets and sounds alarm in certain days of a week using the software I2C;
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* – the pcf8583 is a real time clock that connects on the I2C bus and where is not specified, is about hardware I2C implementation.

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