GNU ARM Frontend (IDE)

Started by Felipe Fontoura January 25, 2006
Hi,

would like to know if exists some IDE of development for GNU ARM
(WinARM or GNU Toolchain)?

Grateful to all

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Felipe Fontoura - Brazil
Linux user: #281076



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series


Sure, just follow the tutorial here: http://tinyurl.com/camje

Richard

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Felipe Fontoura <ffontouras@g...>
wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> would like to know if exists some IDE of development for GNU ARM
> (WinARM or GNU Toolchain)?
>
> Grateful to all
>
> --
> Felipe Fontoura - Brazil
> Linux user: #281076
>


The only ones i know of are RIDE www.raisonnace.com which uses
GNUARM and Anglia www.anglia.com/columbus

One slight problem is they both only target the ST STR7x devices.

Regards
sjo

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Felipe Fontoura <ffontouras@g...>
wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> would like to know if exists some IDE of development for GNU ARM
> (WinARM or GNU Toolchain)?
>
> Grateful to all
>
> --
> Felipe Fontoura - Brazil
> Linux user: #281076
>




Hi, you may try CrossWorks for ARM 
(http://www.rowley.co.uk/arm/index.htm) also. It targets for ARM 
core micrcontrollers from LPC, ST, TI, etc. 

There are sample programs for the target boards: 
http://www.rowley.co.uk/arm/boards.htm

Have fun :)

Regards,
Tim
http://www.embeddedhub.com

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "ntfreak2000" <ntfreak2@h...> wrote:
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> The only ones i know of are RIDE www.raisonnace.com which uses 
> GNUARM and Anglia www.anglia.com/columbus
> 
> One slight problem is they both only target the ST STR7x devices.
> 
> Regards
> sjo
> 
> --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Felipe Fontoura <ffontouras@g...> 
> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> > 
> > would like to know if exists some IDE of development for GNU ARM
> > (WinARM or GNU Toolchain)?
> > 
> > Grateful to all
> > 
> > --
> > Felipe Fontoura - Brazil
> > Linux user: #281076
> >
>
	
Felipe Fontoura wrote:

>Hi,
>
>would like to know if exists some IDE of development for GNU ARM
>(WinARM or GNU Toolchain)?
>
>  
>
Mice are nice but I find them getting in the way of software 
developement (sorry Eclipse ;).  I use a more traditional command line 
oriented approach as I am constantly roaming the command line doing 
things that most encapsulated development IDEs just don't provide me with.

My development solution (both cost-wise and functionally) was to go with 
a Linux host, binutils, gcc ARM cross compiler (Thumb flavor), Insight 
as a frontend to gdb (source level debug), and an ethernet based JTAG 
(Abatron BDI2000).

Having a somewhat limited budget to start this project, I decided to 
sink the bulk of the software tokens into a good JTAG unit.  From 
recommendations from many sources, I finally purchased an Abatron 
BDI2000.  This is an excellent unit, has proved to be highly reliable 
and flexible!  A real asset and time saver when building code.

The devtools I built from source.  A webpage detailing how to replicate 
my environment is at:
http://www.openhardware.net/?title=ARM%20Thumb%20tools%20for%20LPC2000&dir=ArmTools&file=ThumbToolchain.html

Enjoy!

TomW
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