STM32CubeMX version 6 has been released. For those of you who do not know, STM32CubeMX is a graphical tool that lets you choose a microcontroller adapted to your project, configure a device, and then create the corresponding C initialization code. All that is left for you to do is to write your project.
Version 6 adds a large array of microcontrollers to the list of supported devices, we now have access to new devices in the G4, H7, F7, L0, L1, L4 and WB series. It also adds support for new Nucleo boards.
There have also been modifications to the example program selector, but right now, this isn’t working on my system.
Downloads are available for Windows, Linux and MacOS platforms directly from STMicroelectronics’ website. Updating from my version 5 went smoothly on my Windows installation.