tooling

Started by achadya in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

Has anyone used the Embedded Artists LPC2478 with a Code Red tool set? I could use a little guidance being unfamiliar with Eclipse and...

Has anyone used the Embedded Artists LPC2478 with a Code Red tool set? I could use a little guidance being unfamiliar with Eclipse and most especially the extended version that Code Red puts out for the ARM7TDMI-S. Thanks --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com


msp430 gnu debugger and usb support

Started by amerdsp in comp.arch.embedded12 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.embedded11 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.embedded6 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...


ARM and GNU

Started by Mike_rod in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I am using an ARM9(AT91SAM9RL64) core and intend to design a GUI for the Project. I am using Eclipse (along with the yagarto...

Hi, I am using an ARM9(AT91SAM9RL64) core and intend to design a GUI for the Project. I am using Eclipse (along with the yagarto toolchain) for coding. The X libraries(normally associated with Linux) are a part of this toolchain and provides various funtions to create objects, etc. I have tried these functions (XDrawlines, XFillPolygon, etc) in Linux(REDHAT) and got some ideas as to h...


ColdFire -- MCF5282

Started by tech...@gmail.com in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 6 replies

Hello Members I want some help on MCF5282, the ColdFire series of Processors. First and foremost, where do i start off from, considering...

Hello Members I want some help on MCF5282, the ColdFire series of Processors. First and foremost, where do i start off from, considering that am pretty new to the ColdFire arch??? What are my options as well as opensource Compilers , Debuggers are concerned??? Is there something based of the Eclipse Platform , like there are plugins for ARM??? Also, where can i find some Online Tut...


Makefile or not?

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded1 year ago 44 replies

What do you really use for embedded projects? Do you use "standard" makefile or do you rely on IDE functionalities? Nowadays every MCU...

What do you really use for embedded projects? Do you use "standard" makefile or do you rely on IDE functionalities? Nowadays every MCU manufacturers give IDE, mostly for free, usually based on Eclipse (Atmel Studio and Microchip are probably the most important exception). Anyway most of them use arm gcc as the compiler. I usually try to compile the same project for the embedded target...


Make File generator for ColdFire

Started by tech...@gmail.com in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

hi I'm in the process of figuring out how to use the Eclipse IDE and the GNU toolchain from CodeSourcery for my project concerning a...

hi I'm in the process of figuring out how to use the Eclipse IDE and the GNU toolchain from CodeSourcery for my project concerning a MCF5282, belonging to the coldfire family. I'm following instructions from the following links for the same. http://zylin.com/pipermail/zylin-discuss_zylin.com/2006-August/000294.html I have set my entire system up as per the instrucions on this link. ...


About open source

Started by leilei in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 9 replies

Hi I have always feels that , the open source software more unstable. Especially when I use Linux, there are always many problems, and most of...

Hi I have always feels that , the open source software more unstable. Especially when I use Linux, there are always many problems, and most of them are hard to solve. Such as eclipse for linux, I have tried it on some linux, like ubuntu, suse, I felt that , it's more unstable than windows edition. Do you have the same feeling? why is this could happen?


embedded tools

Started by ashu in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 23 replies

Perhaps this is a very naive question, but still, what are tools that you use for embedded development and debug which make life ( development...

Perhaps this is a very naive question, but still, what are tools that you use for embedded development and debug which make life ( development and debug ) easy ? Alternatively, can you all suggest me some website which enlists the popular tools which developers use(like lint and eclipse etc.) regards ashu


GDB-compatible Debugger for the Freescale Coldfire MCF52235CAL60 V2 Ethernet Processor

Started by Randy Yates in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 12 replies

Hi Folks, I've been searching for a device like this and have only located one thus far, the Abatron BDI3000. However, at $2600, this is...

Hi Folks, I've been searching for a device like this and have only located one thus far, the Abatron BDI3000. However, at $2600, this is outside my budget. Does anyone know of a less expensive debugger that meets these requirements? The goal is to put together a toolchain involving it, Sourcery's gnu toolchain for the device, and Eclipse. So the key is requirement is that it must be com...


Tracing SWO Packets

Started by Sushant8186 in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago

Hello, I am using 32-Micro-controlller from Energy Micro having Cortex M3 core for my development. The IDE is Eclipse Helios along with segger...

Hello, I am using 32-Micro-controlller from Energy Micro having Cortex M3 core for my development. The IDE is Eclipse Helios along with segger Jlink tools for debugging. Problem description: I am trying to develop a application using Lightweight IP stack on FREE RTOS as lower level operating system.Now there are many Debug printf messages in LWIP stack which I want to get it displayed on some ki...


ISP Programming utility for ColdFire

Started by tech...@gmail.com in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

Hi I've come across someone who has used Eclipse IDE for his Development on ColdFire. Am in the process of setting the same up on my...

Hi I've come across someone who has used Eclipse IDE for his Development on ColdFire. Am in the process of setting the same up on my comuter here.... the link for future reference for others is : http://zylin.com/pipermail/zylin-discuss_zylin.com/2006-August/000294.html Was just wondering if anyone has come across any free ISP ( In-System programming ) utilities for ColdFire ? ...


Stack after reset for STM32F with gdb

Started by Fredxx in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 9 replies

I'm using Eclipse (Kepler release) GCC ARM Tools 4.7 OpenOCD 0.7.0 Its not clear how I can setup the Debug Configuration in order...

I'm using Eclipse (Kepler release) GCC ARM Tools 4.7 OpenOCD 0.7.0 Its not clear how I can setup the Debug Configuration in order to ensure a Reset. Currently the Stack point is not being reset to the value of _estack in g_pfnVectors and on clicking on "Debug" the program counter is at the Reset Handler and SP = 0x00000000 I am presuming that I need to place some commands...


Opensource Debugging Model Question

Started by Randy Yates in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 4 replies

I am curious how this works at the register level. I am going by the description here, especially the graphic showing the flow and interfaces of...

I am curious how this works at the register level. I am going by the description here, especially the graphic showing the flow and interfaces of the debugging model. http://mcuoneclipse.com/2013/07/22/diy-free-toolchain-for-kinetis-part-3-debugger-gdb-server-wit h-pe-and-segger/ So my question is, when you're in debugging mode, how does Eclipse "know" what registers comprise the target? Is


Problems with Olimex LPC-2106 (random crashing)

Started by Anthony Fremont in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 8 replies

Hello all. :-) I''m new to the ARM world, but after much struggling, I''ve managed to figure out how to compile and load code into RAM using an...

Hello all. :-) I''m new to the ARM world, but after much struggling, I''ve managed to figure out how to compile and load code into RAM using an openocd JTAG programmer from Olimex. Using Eclipse or Insight as the debugger makes no difference in the behavior. The problem is that I seem to be getting random crashes when running the code (simple LED blinker with for/next delay loops). Some...


Rowley Associates and OpenOCD

Started by Mike Perkins in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 1 reply

For historical reasons I currently use Rowley associated for an NXP LPC23xx series micro and also Eclipse with OpenOCD for STM32F...

For historical reasons I currently use Rowley associated for an NXP LPC23xx series micro and also Eclipse with OpenOCD for STM32F micros. Unfortunately the Olimex ARM-USB-Tiny drivers are different for both packages, with issues of supplying closed source drivers with OpenOCD Has anyone used or found an easy way to switch or to use the same drivers? -- Mike Perkins Video Solutions ...


About iServicePro

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago

iServicePro is an innovative approach to offering affordable tools for Java and J2EE developers. in particular, we are a professional team...

iServicePro is an innovative approach to offering affordable tools for Java and J2EE developers. in particular, we are a professional team for applying oneself to develop and integrate eclipse plug-in for user applications. Our mission now is to deliver business value and to maximize developers' productivity by consistently delivering reliable products and a true end-to-end seamless J2EE d...


Eclipse ARM toolchain for the Linux

Started by piyushpandey in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 58 replies

Hello to all I have Ubuntu 10.04 linux installed on my Desktop PC and I have an ARM development board for the development of applications for...

Hello to all I have Ubuntu 10.04 linux installed on my Desktop PC and I have an ARM development board for the development of applications for the ARM processors and testing the application on the ARM board. I searched all the net and what I have got is either the commercial SDK for the ARM or the open source free developement tools for the ARM that also for the windows and not for the linu...


Debugging Atmel SAM7: Lauterbach or OpenOCD+Amontec JTAGkey?

Started by PretzelX in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Just wondering if it is worth forking out for the Lauterbach debugger/ICE or to settle for something like OpenOCD + Amontec JTAGKey to...

Hi, Just wondering if it is worth forking out for the Lauterbach debugger/ICE or to settle for something like OpenOCD + Amontec JTAGKey to debug an Atmel SAM7 MCU please? Basically I'd like to be able to set breakpoints in my IDE (Eclipse or Xemacs) and if possible, view contents of registers/RAM etc. Thanks very much. PretzelX.