I am currently using Mbed Studio 1.4.5 to run an OS 5 project on an STM32F767ZI Nucleo board.
I would like to be able to run it without having to connect it to the board, i.e. simulation.
I found the following link for running Mbed Simulator, but everything seems to be for OS 6.
There is not a lot of info related to simulating with OS 5. The afore mentioned link gives the following info simulating an OS 5 project, but some of the requirements are not available.
You can also run the simulator offline on any Mbed OS 5 project. This allows you to integrate the simulator into your development workflow.
To use the simulator offline, make sure you have:
Then open a terminal window, navigate to an Mbed OS 5 project and run:
# installs the simulator $ npm install mbed-simulator -g # run the current project $ mbed-simulator .
This cross-compiles the current application and opens a browser running the application.
Can anyone help with this? Idealy I would like to run Mbed studio without having to connect to a board.
NOTE: When actually running the program on the board (non-debug bode), we interface to the board using PuTTY through an ethernet connection to the board. We enter 3-letter commands in PuTTY, which our firmware then interprets, and executes.
The issue (bug) that I am working on does not require hardware, which is why I am wanting to simulate.