Eclipse embedded development woes, req feedback

Started by John in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 8 replies

Hi, If you use Eclipse (the IDE, especially for embedded use, I would really appreciate your responses. I now have Eclipse(Zylin Embedded...

Hi, If you use Eclipse (the IDE, especially for embedded use, I would really appreciate your responses. I now have Eclipse(Zylin Embedded CDT) + OpenOCD talking to my LPC2103 (ARM7-TDMI), but I'm experiencing what seems like shortcomings in Eclipse. Maybe others here who use Eclipse for embedded development can shed some light. 1. Is there an "easy" way to automate the build, co...


ez430-F2013/RF2480 + eclipse + debugging

Started by jwosen in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago

I am trying to get Eclipse Europa, gcc and debugging to work. I have Eclipse and gcc compiling msp430x2xx_fet_1.c. I have the file...

I am trying to get Eclipse Europa, gcc and debugging to work. I have Eclipse and gcc compiling msp430x2xx_fet_1.c. I have the file compiling/debugging in CCE. But want to duplicate it in Eclipse so I can move on to RF2480, without the 16KB limit. Is there a white paper available instructing on how to get this to work? I have been following threads on gdb-proxy and what not to no avail...


installing GNU ARM TOOL Chain on Eclipse on a Linux Machine

Started by aquibf in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I am trying to use Eclipse on a Linux machine for ARM development, but can' get to understand how to install the arm tool chain on to...

Hi, I am trying to use Eclipse on a Linux machine for ARM development, but can' get to understand how to install the arm tool chain on to Eclipse. I am looking for docs, tutorials or direct help that will allow me configure Eclipse to compile c code for the arm processor. --------------------------------------- This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interfa...


Eclipse IDE && Zylin CDT plugin

Started by Vcc Ground in comp.arch.embedded17 years ago 2 replies

Has anybody tried installing Eclipse IDE v3.2M5a and the latest Zylin embedded CDT plugins? Eclipse installation went fine but I am not seeing...

Has anybody tried installing Eclipse IDE v3.2M5a and the latest Zylin embedded CDT plugins? Eclipse installation went fine but I am not seeing the Zylin plugins installed properly. I don't see C/C++ in the New-> Project menu. Wondering what could have gone wrong! Actually I had an old version of the Eclipse and the plugins which I "shift-Del"eted before going for this new installation. I have


Eclipse CDT vendor?

Started by Marco in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

Are there any inexpensive Eclipse IDE CDT vendors similar to myEclipse? (for the Java crowd see http://www.myeclipseide.com/) would like to...

Are there any inexpensive Eclipse IDE CDT vendors similar to myEclipse? (for the Java crowd see http://www.myeclipseide.com/) would like to see: 1) Linux support 2) Windows mingw support For unit testing on a host platform. Any experience insight with Eclipse CDT also appreciated. TIA


Anyone using Eclipse?

Started by Rufus V. Smith in comp.arch.embedded18 years ago 3 replies

I just learned about eclipse.org. I didn't get a chance to read much... Anyone using it? Rufus

I just learned about eclipse.org. I didn't get a chance to read much... Anyone using it? Rufus


Maybe OT - ARM software development: Eclipse often hangs

Started by Tilmann Reh in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago

Hello all, I am using the YAGARTO toolchain (Eclipse, GNUARM, OpenOCD) for developing the software for a current LPC213x project (OS: Win XP...

Hello all, I am using the YAGARTO toolchain (Eclipse, GNUARM, OpenOCD) for developing the software for a current LPC213x project (OS: Win XP pro). From time to time, the Eclipse IDE suddenly hangs. This happens when trying to save after some changes have been made to a source file, or when entering debug mode, or at some other circumstances. It does not generally fail, and when I restart...


Eclipse IDE based on what OS?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded18 years ago 4 replies

I downloaded Eclipse IDE onto PC using Cross compiler for ARM based board, I wanted to know this Eclipse is based on what OS?. If I write some...

I downloaded Eclipse IDE onto PC using Cross compiler for ARM based board, I wanted to know this Eclipse is based on what OS?. If I write some prog using Eclipse and downloaded into ARM, Does it use some OS?. Thanks. I need to run under OS on ARM board. Please suggest me. I need to write some socket based C prog and download onto ARM. I would like to download Linux OS onto this ARM, d...


Source Control - Again

Started by Not Really Me in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 14 replies

I'm starting to develop a keen distaste for subversion. It seems when it works, it works well, but it sure has its perculiarities. We have...

I'm starting to develop a keen distaste for subversion. It seems when it works, it works well, but it sure has its perculiarities. We have used it with both TortoiseSVN and SmartSVN. For small projects it seems ok. A recent large project was truly painful. This involved about 100 MS Word docs, a bunch of source files and an Eclipse project. Since the Eclipse project had about 35 sub...


.gitignore for Eclipse CDT

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded3 years ago 1 reply

Many free IDE from silicon vendors (such as ST and NXP) are Eclipse-CDT based. Could you suggest a good .gitignore file? Mainly I don't know...

Many free IDE from silicon vendors (such as ST and NXP) are Eclipse-CDT based. Could you suggest a good .gitignore file? Mainly I don't know if it's better to ignore or add .settings folder, .project and .cproject files. I think it's useful to add in CVS the options passed to compiler and linker, so another use could checkout and compile in the same way.


PowerPC, uCOS-II, GCC port

Started by Rick in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 3 replies

Just getting started on a new project consisting of a PowerPC 405 processor on a custom board (i.e. no BSP available, we'll have to build...

Just getting started on a new project consisting of a PowerPC 405 processor on a custom board (i.e. no BSP available, we'll have to build one). Operating system is Micrium MicroC/OS-II; development environment is Eclipse on Windows XP; language is C. Eclipse on Windows seems most happy with MinGW as a compatibility layer with GCC; it seems less happy with Cygwin although I would imagi...


Where is "uint16x8_t" defined?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 11 replies

Hi, I program on Ubuntu 12.04, 32bit for some ARM projects. On Ubuntu, a Linaro toolchain works well for some time. Recently, I begin to write...

Hi, I program on Ubuntu 12.04, 32bit for some ARM projects. On Ubuntu, a Linaro toolchain works well for some time. Recently, I begin to write NEON code. Some on line code uses uint16x8_t, uint32x4_t etc. Although the project can build, the eclipse complains these variables unresolved. I have tried many settings on eclipse, but I fail. One on line snippet uses header wit


Debuggers: DDD / Insight / Eclipse / ??

Started by JeanneP in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 5 replies

Hi all, Can anyone provide comparisons betweeen using DDD or Insight or Eclipse for gui source level debugging? Or suggest a good commercial...

Hi all, Can anyone provide comparisons betweeen using DDD or Insight or Eclipse for gui source level debugging? Or suggest a good commercial debugger? I've just joined development on a product that runs MontaVista linux, with development performed on a linux server, which I access from an XP machine on my desk. I know a little Unix / Linux but for the most part I've used Windows too...


ARM9 STR912 IRQ woes (GCC/Eclipse/OpenOCD)

Started by frikkiethirion in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

Hi ppl, I've been playing with GCC (4.3) (newlib)/Eclipse/OpenOCD to try and get a timer interupt working. I've managed to see in the VIC0...

Hi ppl, I've been playing with GCC (4.3) (newlib)/Eclipse/OpenOCD to try and get a timer interupt working. I've managed to see in the VIC0 interrupt status registers that the interrupt flag for timer0 is set on a "TOF" (timer overflow) of the timer. The problem is that the CPU doesn't branch to execute my interrupt service routine. Placing a breakpoint in the startup code at 'LDR PC, [PC...


How to build large project from eclipse using make utility ?

Started by learn in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 1 reply

The make.exe utility is located at C:Eclipsemsys Following is a batch file called make.bat @rem...

The make.exe utility is located at C:Eclipsemsys Following is a batch file called make.bat @rem ######################################################## @rem # # @rem # Eclipse build configuration start batch as # @rem # general GNU make build process entry point # @rem # ...


Eclipse file handling

Started by FreeRTOS.org in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 1 reply

Having been asked 100 times for a FreeRTOS.org demo that uses Eclipse, I have relented and am putting one together, however.... The...

Having been asked 100 times for a FreeRTOS.org demo that uses Eclipse, I have relented and am putting one together, however.... The FreeRTOS.org directory structure is as follows: FreeRTOS ? +-Demo ? ? ? +-Common The demo application files that are used by all the ports. ? +-Dir x The demo application build files for demo x ? +-Dir y The demo application buil...


Eclipse setup for STM32F

Started by Fredxx in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 14 replies

I can get the build and basic debug working, but wondering if there was any easy way of viewing or manually changing CPU internal...

I can get the build and basic debug working, but wondering if there was any easy way of viewing or manually changing CPU internal registers, such as SPI and GPIO? I'm currently stumped and wondering if this is actually achievable?


msp430 gnu debugger and usb support

Started by amerdsp in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

Greetings, I am trying to move to gcc/eclipse to get around the size limit in the free IAR and Code composer. However, I read online that...

Greetings, I am trying to move to gcc/eclipse to get around the size limit in the free IAR and Code composer. However, I read online that only the parallel port is supported in gnu debugger gdbproxy. Is that true or am I missing something? Thank you, -- A


Questions about QT(-embedded)

Started by Marco Trapanese in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 7 replies

Hello to all, I'm sorry if my English is not so good. I want to develop applications for embedded boards (such as Beagle Board) using the QT...

Hello to all, I'm sorry if my English is not so good. I want to develop applications for embedded boards (such as Beagle Board) using the QT libraries in C++. Also I need to use QT for desktop applications. As far as I know, I need the QT-embedded for the first case. I use Eclipse IDE with the QT plugin. I run them either under Windows XP or under Ubuntu. I have also the toolchai...


Editor recommendation

Started by Roberto Waltman in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 71 replies

What editor would you recommend for code development? Looking for something that understands C & C++ syntax, can define projects, run external...

What editor would you recommend for code development? Looking for something that understands C & C++ syntax, can define projects, run external compilations, etc. and has active support. My choice would be CodeWrite, (if it was still supported.) For some reason never got used to Emacs, and Eclipse is too ginormous for my taste. Alternatives? Thanks, -- Roberto Waltman [ Please rep...