I just installed the STM32CubeMX (original ST Microelectronics's ARM IDE if I understand right). Once installed I tried to open a new project for a DISCOVERY kit I have (STM32F0DISCOVERY).
Howether after I proceed to
Open project I faced with a demand to install a toolchain:
As I revealed EWARM is a full functional IDE by IAR so I was surprised that STM's IDE requires IAR's IDE for its work (besides IAR's EWARM isn't a freeware - it is a very expensive software as I know).
In the project settings window are three choices:
Keil's MDK-ARM and
All are very pricey :(
So the questions are:
Is it correct that STM's STM32CubeMX will not gives me any functionality for free?
As I understand from the message, the project can be associated with another tool chain so can I take a look at GCC or any more reasonably priced (of course I'd rather prefer free software) toolchain?
If yes: how can I use GCC with Cube?