mbed OS 5.4.6 Release Available

We are pleased to announce the mbed OS 5.4.6 release is now available. This release includes new target support for DISCO_L072CZ_LRWAN1 and RO359B. There is an update of the u-blox ODIN driver to v1.3 rc2 and an update of the STM32 F1 STM32 cube (SDK) to v1.5.0. There are also a number of bug fixes and tool enhancements to improve the quality and stability of the codebase.

Here is a full list of all changes and fixes in this release...

Ports for Upcoming Targets

  • 4256: DISCO_L072CZ_LRWAN1: add a new platform
  • 4302: [RO359B] platform added

Fixes and Changes

  • 4270: Odin: Disable sleep as it's not compatible with WiFi driver
  • 4238: lwip - power up emac before reading its settings
  • 4149: STM32F3: Correct handling of USB ISTR and endpoint registers
  • 4276: avoid 03/05 intel-hex records for nordic devices
  • 4289: LPC4088: add "LPC4088Code.binary_hook" to the white list of the embit
  • 4309: Limit ISR stack to 4k on NUCLEO_F429ZI
  • 4308: Fix NVIC_SetVector type in HAL for MAX32630FTHR
  • 4226: [WIZnet][W7500*] Support for mbed OS 5
  • 4241: [NUC472/M453] Fix serial error with sync/async calls interlaced
  • 4245: [NRF5 + NRF52840]: Merge nrf52840 to [NRF5] sources
  • 4272: STM32 NUCLEO boards with Ethernet connector: solve conflict with D11 arduino pin
  • 4286: Remove unsupported Coide exports
  • 4293: Revome duplicate optimization flags in IAR export
  • 4296: Dev stm32 hal f1 v1.5.0
  • 4305: Increase stm32 timeout for spi transfers
  • 4310: Fix RAM vector table for NCS36510
  • 4314: Fix timeout units in events timing test
  • 4263: stm32f4xx: Consider all DMA ready/busy states in conditionals
  • 4338: u-blox ODIN driver v1.3 rc2 for mbed OS 5
  • 4353: Add static to NRF5 SDK11 macro definition
  • 4366: Move duplicated analogin and pwmout to NRF52 directory

Using the release

You can fetch the mbed OS 5.4.6 release from the mbed-os GitHub repository, using the tag "mbed-os-5.4.6". Please feel free to ask any questions or provide feedback on this release here, or to contact us at support@mbed.org.