GNUARM.com

Started by Pablo Bleyer Kocik in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

Hello. GNUARM has been updated with a new server, mirrors and improved bandwidth. http://GNUARM.com has been set up for redirection to...

Hello. GNUARM has been updated with a new server, mirrors and improved bandwidth. http://GNUARM.com has been set up for redirection to the official site. There is actually one mirror at http://ARMoid.com/gnuarm. By popular request, a Linux arm-elf version of the toolchain will be available soon. Please, if you have any download problems or trouble with the files, e-mail us at gnua...


GNUARM 3.4.1

Started by Pablo Bleyer Kocik in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies

Hello group. GNUARM 3.4.1 for Linux and Cygwin has been released. It is built upon binutils 2.15, gcc 3.4.1 and newlib 1.12.0. You can find...

Hello group. GNUARM 3.4.1 for Linux and Cygwin has been released. It is built upon binutils 2.15, gcc 3.4.1 and newlib 1.12.0. You can find it at http://www.gnuarm.org or http://www.gnuarm.com. The Cygwin installer has received some improvements, now it is possible to choose the library sets one wishes to install. The PATH modification bug has been fixed. The Linux version uses ins...


gnuarm + JTAG?

Started by Jan Brittenson in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 1 reply

What JTAG flash programmer and inline debugger should I buy to use with gnuarm on linux (fc4)? Reflashing is more important than debugging (I...

What JTAG flash programmer and inline debugger should I buy to use with gnuarm on linux (fc4)? Reflashing is more important than debugging (I can always use gdbserver over a serial port). Preferably using USB or ethernet -- the Embest C3 seems to fit the bill, but I don't know if it can be made to work with gnuarm.


GNUARM tool update at www.gnuarm.com

Started by rickman in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies

Pablo has updated the gnuarm tools which are availble at www.gnuarm.com The site includes sources and binary distributions along with some...

Pablo has updated the gnuarm tools which are availble at www.gnuarm.com The site includes sources and binary distributions along with some chip specific header files and lots of good reference links on the tools and CPU chips. -- Rick "rickman" Collins rick.collins@XYarius.com Ignore the reply address. To email me use the above address with the XY removed. Arius - A Signal ...


GNUARM tools at www.gnuarm.com

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

I provide a web site where compiled versions of the GNUARM tools are hosted, www.gnuarm.com. I can pretty much leave it alone and it generates...

I provide a web site where compiled versions of the GNUARM tools are hosted, www.gnuarm.com. I can pretty much leave it alone and it generates just enough revenue from the Google ads to pay for the high bandwidth it needs. But the last few months even though the bandwidth has not dropped, the revenue from people clicking the Google ads has dropped off. It would appear that fewer people a...


gnuarm toolchain older version?

Started by Michael Schuster in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I'm searching for an older version (gcc 3.3.2) of the gnuarm (www.gnuarm.org) toolchain for a 32 bit Linux host system. I haven't found...

Hi, I'm searching for an older version (gcc 3.3.2) of the gnuarm (www.gnuarm.org) toolchain for a 32 bit Linux host system. I haven't found it at the homepage, does anyone have a link for me? Thanks in advance. Michael -- Remove the sport from my address to obtain email www.enertex.de - Innovative Systeml?sungen der Energie- und Elektrotechnik


GNUARM, Keil, Iar, Rowley

Started by djordj in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 10 replies

I'm starting a new project with ARM7 core processors and I need to evaluate these toolchains (with associated enviroment). Is the GNUARM...

I'm starting a new project with ARM7 core processors and I need to evaluate these toolchains (with associated enviroment). Is the GNUARM toolchain (debugger) good and reliable, or do I need to buy some proprietary product? I'm looking for some advices, info and experiences about those. Thanks a lot.


GNUARM 3.4 update

Started by Pablo Bleyer in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

Hello group. Not for the faint of heart, but we have compiled a new GCC 3.4-snapshot based ARM-elf+Newlib toolchain, available as usual...

Hello group. Not for the faint of heart, but we have compiled a new GCC 3.4-snapshot based ARM-elf+Newlib toolchain, available as usual from http://www.gnuarm.com. PDF documentation has been regenerated using a more recent TeX/dvipdf distro, since some people had trouble viewing it. Please don't hesitate to send us all the feedback you wish. Cheers! -- PabloBleyerKocik /"Eviden...


QUERY : newlib for STR710 and GNUARM for STR710

Started by adsouzp in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 5 replies

hello: is there a port of newlib for the STR710? where can i find it? what platforms are supported by GNUARM's newlib? will it work on the...

hello: is there a port of newlib for the STR710? where can i find it? what platforms are supported by GNUARM's newlib? will it work on the STR710? thank you for the information, Aaron -- adsouzp@gmail.com


GNUARM multiple definition of AT91F_AIC_ConfigureIt

Started by GDan in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

Look, I'm having a real battle with GNUARM. I just can not get rid of all of these multiple definition include problems between device.c...

Look, I'm having a real battle with GNUARM. I just can not get rid of all of these multiple definition include problems between device.c and board.c, both of which Atmel wrote. -------- begin (mode: ROM_RUN) -------- arm-elf-gcc (GCC) 4.2.0 Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for ...


Re: PSoC Express: Does it work for semi-analog designs?

Started by Jonathan Kirwan in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

On 29 Dec 2006 10:22:47 -0800, "rickman" wrote: > Jonathan Kirwan wrote: > > On 29 Dec 2006 06:41:28 -0800, "rickman" wrote: > > >...

On 29 Dec 2006 10:22:47 -0800, "rickman" wrote: > Jonathan Kirwan wrote: > > On 29 Dec 2006 06:41:28 -0800, "rickman" wrote: > > > I don't see where the CCP and the 32kHz are mutually exclusive. I > > > think you may be mistaken on this. > > > > I was looking at this site: > > > > http://www.luminarymicro.com/products/product_selector_guide.html > > > > If


GNU LD fails to generate correct ARM Thumb veneer

Started by adsouzp in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 4 replies

good day people: i have been using GNUARM/Cygwin for some time now and i have not encountered a problem like this before. BACKGROUND -...

good day people: i have been using GNUARM/Cygwin for some time now and i have not encountered a problem like this before. BACKGROUND - target MCU is STR71x - CPU core is ARM7TDMI - toolchain is GNUARM 4.1.1 on Cygwin - source code - the first file to be linked is an ARM assembly .s file that contains the ARM vector table and handler addresses. the vector table is in a separ...


Free ARM Compilers?

Started by Thomas Carley in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 16 replies

I have found 2 GCC ports for ARM. Any experience or opinions on which is best? Here are links to...

I have found 2 GCC ports for ARM. Any experience or opinions on which is best? Here are links to both. http://gnuarm.com/ http://www.codesourcery.com/gnu_toolchains/arm.html


Re: VISTA

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

On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 18:50:51 -0800 (PST), rickman wrote: > What kind of dope are you smoking??? Can I get some? > > To say that...

On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 18:50:51 -0800 (PST), rickman wrote: > What kind of dope are you smoking??? Can I get some? > > To say that "nobody" is buying Vista is absurd. > Virtually every PC sold has Vista on it. Do you suppose that might be because there aren't many other easily available choices? > Some percentage of them may also have an XP > license, but t


Re: Chuck Falconer top posting again

Started by Ray Haddad in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 1 reply

On Thu, 28 Feb 2008 08:26:09 -0800 (PST), I said, "Pick a card, any card" and rickman instead replied: > Can I make a possibly ridiculous...

On Thu, 28 Feb 2008 08:26:09 -0800 (PST), I said, "Pick a card, any card" and rickman instead replied: > Can I make a possibly ridiculous suggestion and say that maybe this > discussion has gotten way out of hand and needs to end? If you guys > were standing around the water cooler, someone would have told you to > get back to work a long time ago. > > At this point, is any


Re: CodeWright Error

Started by Nick in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 1 reply

responding to http://www.electrondepot.com/embedded/codewright-error-124860-.htm , Nick wrote: Hi Rick Since your last e-mail, here was some...

responding to http://www.electrondepot.com/embedded/codewright-error-124860-.htm , Nick wrote: Hi Rick Since your last e-mail, here was some more coments and opinion As today is Wednesday, I was want to remeber your by CW software. Please let me know if your help is still available and how I go get it. Tahnk you again all Regards Nick > gnuarm wrote: > > On 10/1/2015 9:37 PM


Re: Richard Stallman is responsible for the shrinking economy

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 5 replies

rickman writes: > What is QT??? How can a tool license require that your source code be > GPL? QT is a library, not a tool. If you...

rickman writes: > What is QT??? How can a tool license require that your source code be > GPL? QT is a library, not a tool. If you *link* with it, the result is a derived work, and that derived work must be licensed in a way that's compatible with all of its component parts, including QT. This is no different than any other third-party library - you must honor their


Re: Chuck Falconer top posting again

Started by Ray Haddad in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 06:14:16 -0800 (PST), I said, "Pick a card, any card" and rickman instead replied: > On Feb 29, 3:52 am, Ray Haddad ...

On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 06:14:16 -0800 (PST), I said, "Pick a card, any card" and rickman instead replied: > On Feb 29, 3:52 am, Ray Haddad wrote: > > ...a bunch of facts and info that I don't care about snipped... > > > The important thing to remember is to cut the irrelevant parts from > > your posted reply. There are reasons everyone does what they


Need suggestion on GNU toolchain selection

Started by Steven Woody in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 8 replies

hi, what's the most popular and reliable GNU toolchain solution for ARM target? i am reading Karim's book 'Building Embedded Linux...

hi, what's the most popular and reliable GNU toolchain solution for ARM target? i am reading Karim's book 'Building Embedded Linux System' which introduced how to build a toolchain manually. it's interesting but seems i have to face with the daunting task of package ( and patches ) selection. on the other hand, i heard the 'www.gnuarm.com' which provides off-the-shelf binary toolchain...


Newbie: arm-elf-gcc generated asm question

Started by Ken Barlow in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 10 replies

Hi, I have started evaluating the GNUARM tools for a LPC210x target (little-endian) and come across the following which is odd to me. With...

Hi, I have started evaluating the GNUARM tools for a LPC210x target (little-endian) and come across the following which is odd to me. With ul defined as: unsigned long *ul; The function function1 returns a pointer to void. For the following line, ul = ( unsigned long * ) function1(); GCC uses R0 to return the function1() result which is 0x40000625, the instruction: STR R0, [R4,#0...