|Tool for emdedded uCore [message #15500]
||Wed, 22 July 2009 09:30
| Sebastien Rukin
Registered: July 2009
I would like to use Eclipse as a framework for embedded micro-controller |
I already have the tool chain (based on gcc), and I think to have
understood that there is a way to create a micro-controller specific IDE
based on Eclipse. The problem is that I can not find any HowTo or tutorial
to start it.
The IDE should have the view of the internal registers of the core and the
memory of the micro-controller, that can be RAM or registers. In the case
of registers it should show the name of the registers and its bit
At the end I would like that Eclipse is compiling the code and downloading
on the target. The target could be the real device, or a simulator (the
connection between the simulator and GDB is almost finished).
So I would like to know if there is some information around to do all that
and to package Eclipse such a way that the IDE is frozen enough, so that
changes on the description of the micro-controller is difficult or
impossible for a standard user.
Thank you in advance.
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