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Welcome to the Community. You are best of looking at our list of forums and choosing the best place to ask your question. Also, the STMicro forums might also be helpful to you: https://community.st.com/s/
New to the ARM community, coming from MicroChip (AVR).
Presently using STM32Cube and HAL to learn but want to get down to bare bones programming.
Is STM32Cub the right IDE?
Any recommendations on good books, tutorials, etc..
Hello and welcome to the community! In order to get the best help, please ask your question in the Keil forum where we have experts ready to help.
Arm Community Manager
Converted Mbed Online Compiler project to Keil. I can build and run it. The project includes two of my own libraries. Everything was committed before the conversion, to Keil. I did this work using Microsoft Edge.
The conversion resulted in project and library files all in a single new Keil project. The libraries were not recreated as libraries. The files also show up in my account in GitHub.
I have found no documentation on recreating the libraries in Keil/GitHub. Also, I see no evidence that the Keil project is under version control
I will continue development with no version control if I can't get that stuff to work. Hope you can help me with the library and version control issues.
Hello, welcome to the Arm Community! We have the Keil forum where you can ask questions. We also have our partner site, Arm Developer where you can find lots of helpful technical content. You can start there with this link: https://developer.arm.com/search#q=keil
Hope this helps!