I put together all the interesting examples from Stellarisware and ported them to work together on Evalbot and CooCox CoIDE.
Now some rubbish from the comments:
/* * Start with EvalBot is little harder because * there are no ported examples of peripherals in Stellarisware. * * This code can help you to start, develop and learn with EvalBot. * * If you compile this example in CooCox CoIDE, you can try these functionality: * * - MicroSD card slot can be used to read data * - USB device connector is USB Mass Storage and you can access through it to the microSD card * - OLED display is initialized and shows some debug info about card and ethernet IP * - There's lwIP ethernet stack with DHCP client running on the EvalBot * - You can browse web page thanks to the httpd. Pages are in folder /fs. make_filesystem.bat is for converting the folder to *.h file * - SSI (server side include) is enabled and there's on example in index.shtml * - You can find Evalbot on your network with Locator utility from Stellarisware /tools/bin/finder.exe * - You can flash firmware with LM Flash over ethernet * * All source code is from StellarisWare. I ported examples from other part's and edited them so they could * be compiled in CoIDE and run on Evalbot. I had to change definition of the microSD card pins, set USB multiplexer * to the right connector and spent about a 2 more days to learn and force the USB to enumerate, because Evalbot doesn't have * connected USB_ID pin :) * libdriver.a and libusb.a is includes. Only the LWIP is loading from the Stellarisware directory. */
So what’s this good for? You can take this as the starting point for your experiments with this perfect board. Good luck