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Re: [PATCH] Project Templates


On 10/18/2012 03:00 PM, Hans Henry von Tresckow wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 12:38 PM, Dick Hollenbeck <dick@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> I need a template for this StellarisLM4F120 Launchpad board:
>>>>  http://liftoffexpress.com/product/stellaris/
>>>> from which I would hope an IMU *boosterpack* would magically arise on my computer in KiCad format (using spare brain cycles):
>>>>  http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/BoosterPacks
>>> Excellent, I'm glad it's got a good welcome. I think it'll be very
>>> beneficial for knocking up quick prototypes to interface to these
>>> types of boards. The Stellaris you linked to is particularly cheap.
>>> I'm got an STM32F4-Discovery board sat here too which could do with
>>> the same.
>>> They are all just bunches of 0.1" connectors and board profiles. So
>>> they are quite easy to churn out. I will do some work on getting some
>>> templates ready as soon as possible.
>> Brian,  any progress on a stellaris launchpad template?  If its not going to happen soon,
>> I just wanted to know so someone else can consider doing it.
>> What files constitute a template?  Where do they go?
>> Thanks!
>>> The BeagleBone is a great dev platform for a lot of projects. Unlike
>>> the Raspberry-Pi, it uses a processor that can actually be bought for
>>> reasonable money in 1000's off.
>>> Best Regards, Brian.
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> I might take a swing at it, as soon as I can figure out why the
> template feature in Adam's build doesn't seem to want to work.
> Hopefully I'll have one soon, thanks to Dick's new venture :)

They told me it shipped today.

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