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configure CDT with external Builder ? [message #949002] Thu, 18 October 2012 15:37 Go to next message
Albert Cheng is currently offline Albert ChengFriend
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Registered: October 2012
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Hi There,

I installed GUN compiler G++(plus ARM EABI) provided by Code Sourcery, and, installed the Eclipse (Build id: 20100617-1415), then installed another compiler of MinGW-GCC.

Then, created /opened a C++ project, opened its properties window and checked C/C++ builder and other settings, found the builder Setting :

Builder Type: Internal builder ( grey color , can't be changed)
Build Command: make ( grey color, can't be changed)

And, looked at entire places of "Properties", did find a place to configure/select Processor Type ( such as ARM core name list).

Question are that in CDT configuration:

How could I change the builder Type to point to GNU Compiler?
How to change the Build Command to be "cs-make" which is GNU compiler?
How to configure / set ARM core to be ARM926 which is supported by ARM EABI installed with GNU compiler?

I would appreciate for your inputs.

Best Regards
Albert
Re: configure CDT with external Builder ? [message #949025 is a reply to message #949002] Thu, 18 October 2012 15:59 Go to previous message
Albert Cheng is currently offline Albert ChengFriend
Messages: 16
Registered: October 2012
Junior Member
Technically, I am considering of changing SW development environment to be Code Sourcery's GNU G++ compiler with its ARM EABI ( ARM instruction set module) + Open source Eclipse, and am trying to understand how to plug GNU compiler and ARM module into Eclipse.

At before I make decision and assign people to move forward, I would know

Possibilities?
What should be done?
How could be done?
How to do it?
Amount of Workload?

Appreciate your helps.
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