GNU MCU Eclipse is an open source project that includes a family of Eclipse plug-ins and tools for multi-platorm embedded ARM & RISC-V development, based on GNU toolchains. Related projects (µOS++, xPacks) are also supported via separate categories. All these projects are hosted on GitHub.
Hello, are there any QEMU update/release plans? Please consider this thread:GDB not able to connect to qemu (gnuarmeclipse) I confirmed same behavior: both v2.7.0-20161128 and v2.8.0-20161227 can't accept GDB client connection, while v2.7.0-20161029 works. Is it same for you or you're able to configure it somehow? I guess either the…(Show moreShow less)
Hi, whatever I do the peripheral view stays empty. I've done everything like described, with blink example, chosen device as expected etc. Tried: eclipse oxygex_2 also neon_3, tried: java 1.8.0_162-b12, also tried 1.8.0_151 Os: opensuse 42.3 the situation happens with several last versions of GNU MCU plugin. It is a long standing problem…(Show moreShow less)
I'm using Eclipse Luna on Mac OS X. When trying to install the plugin from the marketplace, I get this cryptic message: Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: GNU MCU C/C++ OpenOCD Debugging 126.96.36.199801250917 (ilg.gnumcueclipse.debug.gdbjtag.openocd.feature.feature.group…(Show moreShow less)
Hello - I would like to call a script as a pre-build step from a managed build GNU MCU Eclipse project. This script needs to know the toolchain flags (specifically the -I and -D directives). I tried to pass those flags by means of the $(cross_toolchain_flags) macro - see attached image - but the macro does not seem to properly expand. The…(Show moreShow less)
as many other things in Eclipse, there is not a single way of defining variables, and in consequence there is not a single way of performing substitutions... :-( there may be pages explaining this, but I'm not aware of them.
I use Ubuntu 16.04.3 Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers Version: Oxygen.2 Release (4.7.2) Eclipse MCU 4.3.2 Packs installed - STM32F7xx_DFP 2.9.0 - STM32F4xx_DFP 2.12.0 In my project i've selected STM32F767ZI from Device project selection. In Debuging everything works except empty Peripherals view. Peripherals view name is font italic…(Show moreShow less)
Hello all, I have been following the "Create a Blinky-ARM" (https://gnu-mcu-eclipse.github.io/tutorials/blinky-arm/ ) tutorial just fine until I reached the "Assign a board and device to the project" section. When I went to the devices tab, I see that there are no devices assigned and to install xPacks or CMSIS. So I go to the Packs manager…(Show moreShow less)
once you install the Packs plug-in, you'll be able to dowload individual CMSIS Packs and later use the definitions to assign devices to projects and see the peripheral definitions during debug sessions.
I have an issue with Eclipse and ARM I'm building upon the TDnext platform for Sigfox sensors and I would like to add an I2C port to a sensor that has the hardware available. TD1205P using I2C1 (EZR32LG230 processor) Somehow Eclipse uses EFM32G210 as MCU in the coding windows, and I really fail in finding where I can change it. The funny thing…(Show moreShow less)
Hi, The wizards offer dropdown menus JTAG Device and Trace output. Where am I supposed to find these options in my existing project's Properties and/or Debug Configurations? Sorry, I'm getting used to Eclipse, but I'm not quite there.