Welcome to GNU ARM Eclipse!
The GNU ARM Eclipse is an open source project that includes a family of Eclipse plug-ins and tools for multi-platorm embedded ARM development, based on GNU toolchains. This project is hosted on GitHub and SourceForge.
The GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins
These plug-ins provide Eclipse CDT (C/C++ Development Tooling) extensions for GNU ARM toolchains like GNU Tools for ARM Embedded Processors, Linaro, etc.
In short, the GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins allow to create, build, debug and in general to manage ARM and AArch64 projects (executables and static/shared libraries, in both 32 and 64-bit versions) with the Eclipse framework (currently tested up to Eclipse 4.4 Luna). The plug-ins run on Windows, GNU/Linux and Mac OS X. For more details please visit the Features page.
Apart from the main Eclipse plug-ins, this project also includes several additional tools, distributed as separate packages.
- GNU ARM Eclipse Windows Build Tools
The GNU ARM Eclipse Windows Build Tools subproject includes the additional tools required on Windows (make & rm).
- GNU ARM Eclipse OpenOCD
The GNU ARM Eclipse OpenOCD subproject is a new distribution of OpenOCD, customised for a better/more convenient integration with the GNU ARM OpenOCD Debugging plug-in. Binaries for Windows, GNU/Linux and OS X are available.
- GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU
The GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU subproject is a fork of QEMU (an open source machine emulator), intended to provide support for Cortex-M emulation in GNU ARM Eclipse. Binaries for Windows, GNU/Linux and OS X are available.
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- the best way to praise us would be to donate - if you want to speed up development and future versions to include more and more great features, please consider donnating; any contribution, small or generous, will be highly appreciated;
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- star the project using the GitHub Stars;
- write a short review in the main SourceForge Project page.