Regarding the peripheral support(such as UART, GPIO, SPI, I2C and etc.) in Nuclei SDK, we didn’t define a device or peripheral layer for different SoCs, so the peripheral drivers are directly tighted with each SoC, and if developer want to use the drivers, they can directly use the driver API defined in each SoC.
Considering this peripheral driver difference in each SoC, if you want to write portable code in
Nuclei SDK, you can use include the
nuclei_sdk_soc.h, then you can write application which
only use the resources of Nuclei Core.
If you want to use all the board resources, you can include the
nuclei_sdk_hal.h, then you can
write application for your own board, but the application can only run in the board you provided.
If you want to learn about what peripheral driver you can use, you can check the
of each SoC, and
nuclei_sdk_hal.h of each board.
For SoC firmware library APIs:
You can find the GD32VF103 SoC firmware library APIs in
You can find the HummingBird SoC firmware library APIs in
If you just want to use SoC firmware library API, you just need to include
then you can use the all the APIs in that SoC include directory.
For GD32VF103 SoC, if you want to use the USB driver API, then you need to add
USB_DRV_SUPPORT = 1
in your application.
For Board related APIs:
You can find the GD32VF103 EVAL Board related APIs in
You can find the GD32VF103 RVSTAR Board related APIs in
You can find the HummingBird EVAL Board related APIs in
If you just want to use all the APIs of Board and SoC, you just need to include
then you can use the all the APIs in that Board and SoC include directory.