The dapboot project is an open-source USB Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU) bootloader for STM32 devices.
Currently, the only targets officially supported are the STM32F103x series.
The default target is a generic STM32F103 dev board with an LED on PC13, commonly referred to as a "bluepill" board.
To build other targets, you can override the
TARGET variable when invoking
make clean make TARGET=STLINK
||Cheap dev board||http://wiki.stm32duino.com/index.php?title=Blue_Pill|
||LeafLabs Maple Mini board and clone derivatives||http://wiki.stm32duino.com/index.php?title=Maple_Mini|
||STLink/v2 hardware clones||https://wiki.paparazziuav.org/wiki/STLink#Clones|
make flash target will use openocd to upload the bootloader to an attached board. By default, the Makefile assumes you're using a CMSIS-DAP based probe, but you can override this by overriding
OOCD_INTERFACE variable. For example:
make OOCD_INTERFACE=interface/stlink-v2.cfg flash
Local makefile settings can be set by creating a
local.mk, which is automatically included.
Here is an example
local.mk that changes the default target to the STLink/v2 and uses an unmodified STLink/v2 to flash it.
TARGET ?= STLINK OOCD_INTERFACE ?= interface/stlink-v2.cfg
Using the bootloader
Building for the bootloader
The bootloader occupies the lower 8KiB of flash, so your application must offset its flash contents by 8KiB. This can be done by modifying your linker script or flags as appropriate.
See the highboot branch for an experimental variation that doesn't require the application to be offset.
Switching to the bootloader
The bootloader can be built to look for arbitrary patterns, but the default for the STM32F103 target looks for a magic value stored in the RTC backup registers. Writing the magic value and then resetting will run the bootloader instead of the main application.
The bootloader currently looks for
0x544F in RTC backup register 1 and
0x4F42 in RTC backup register 0 (together they spell "BOOT" in ASCII).
This bootloader implements the draft WebUSB specification, which allows web pages to access the bootloader (after presenting the user with a device picker dialog).
For a demo implementing dfu-util features in the browser, see https://devanlai.github.io/webdfu/dfu-util/
All contents of the dapboot project are licensed under terms that are compatible with the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License version 3.
Non-libopencm3 related portions of the dapboot project are licensed under the less restrictive ISC license, except where otherwise specified in the headers of specific files.
See the LICENSE file for full details.