Generating a Configurable Project for custom EFM32TG11 hardware
- v 5.x.x.x (with Micrium)
The earlier version didnt have configurator/pintool support as you stated and for some reason the v 220.127.116.11 didn't have Micrium and also it wouldn't allow me to update Micrium either.
37 days ago
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I've designed a custom PCB using the EFM32TG11 processor.
I'm able to flash the processor with the "Micrium OS Blink" example and it works correctly. However I would like to use the pin tool in order to define the peripherals that I'm using for each of the pins.
If I convert the project to a Configurable Project (slcp) then I can access the pin tool, but the project no longer builds (even if I dont change anything).
I've read through the user guides (Start a Project - v1.0 - Simplicity Studio API Documentation Silicon Labs (silabs.com)) and the pictures seem to suggest that creating a new project should produce a .slcp file (without needing to convert the project to a configurable project), but this isn't what happens for me when I follow the instructions.
What is the correct workflow to generate a new Micrium OS project for custom hardware?
45 days ago