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  • Best to use the proper 1v60 release (just made it). The recent one was smaller because I changed the compile flags, but it seemed to make the build unreliable so I've changed it back :(

    I'll have to try and do some examples of accessing pins - it's just a matter of accessing an address that's found in the STM32F103 reference manual.

    Including C code would be awesome. There's a compiler called TCC which supposedly supports ARM, and which I managed to compile to JavaScript with Emscripten. Sadly the ARM code it generates doesn't seem to run. It might do with some fiddling though - in which case you'd just be able to write inline C :)


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