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This document describes the use of ST-Link plugin within the iSYSTEM winIDEA Community software development and test platform. The ST-Link plug-in enables the use of the STMicroelectronic ST-Link debuggers directly within winIDEA Community in order to allow direct programming and debug control of a wide range STM32 devices.

In order to use the ST-Link debugger in conjunction with winIDEA the ST-Link USB drivers have to be installed (visit


Supported IDEs and Licensing

  • winIDEA Community (download is available from our iSYSTEM page)
  • No license required
  • GCC compiler only (GCC installation included)
  • No direct technical support by iSYSTEM, Please visit to get help through the user community
  • Updates are provided on a non-regular base

Supported Debugger


ST-Link, ST-Link/V2 Development Tools debuggers.

The ST-Link/ST-Link/V2 debugger is either available as a separate unit or as part of the STM32 Discovery kits.

For more information regarding the ST-Link hardware please visit the STMicroelectronic webpage :

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Supported CPUs

  • STM32 F0
  • STM32 F1
  • STM32 F2
  • STM32 F3
  • STM32 F4
  • STM32 L1


  • JTAG and SWD interface
  • Basic debug control (Reset, Stop, Break Points, Run,…)
  • Flash download
  • Automatic device recognition
  • SWO (printf debugging)

Using ST-Link within winIDEA Community

Installing ST-Link drivers

In order to use ST-Link debugger with winIDEA Open, ST-Link drivers must be installed. Install the appropriate drivers from the ST website (visit ). To check, if drivers were successfully installed, connect the ST-Link debugger to the PC via an USB cable. Check the list of devices connected to the PC and make sure there are no driver issues.

Selecting the ST-Link Plug-In

The ST-Link plugin is part of the winIDEA Community installation. In order to use the ST-Link debugger the plugin has to be selected after creating new project (workspace).

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1. Open Tools menu / Plug-in

2. Select STMMicroelectronics Development Tools

Connecting to the ST-Link hardware

The ST-Link is connected via USB to the host PC running the winIDEA Community development environment.

Connection between winIDEA Open and ST-Link is established automatically when Debug / Download or Debug / Run command is issued.

ST-Link Menu

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After selecting the ST Microelectronics Development Tools plug-in, the ST-Link menu will appear in the winIDEA Open menu bar.

St Link V2


The ST-Link / Options dialog allows the selection of the debug interface type i.e. SWD or JTAG. CPU clock, SWO prescaler and Stimulus register mask are needed only if you use trace, in terminal window. In addition some information concerning the connected target device is displayed.

CPUInfo is displayed only when winIDEA Open is connected to the ST-Link hardware and the target CPU.

Mass Erase

The ST-Link / Mass Erase will erase the target connected to st-link.


Mass Erase is available only when winIDEA Community is connected to the ST-Link hardware and the target CPU.

Special Function Registers (SFRs) can be displayed via View / Debug / SFRs.

If the menu is disabled, or registers for a different device are displayed, configure the CPU manually in Debug / Options / SFRs.

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