|Re: Remote development C++ [message #1232480 is a reply to message #1227726]
||Fri, 17 January 2014 02:43
| Richard Tenney
Registered: January 2014
Hi. I've spent a bit of time entering what I think is a helpful answer to your query, but forum rules dictate "You can only use links to eclipse.org sites while you have fewer than 5 messages."|
I'll do something below to accommodate this, but you'll have to figure out the actual URL.
It's not an easy path. Although he uses linux as his host OS, I think that Jan Axelson'a Lakeview Research site < www * lvr * com/eclipse1.htm> is particularly helpful, especially for the part where you set up the remote debugging. For the difficult part of finding and installing a toolchain, Robert C Nelson < www * rcn-ee * com/> pointed me at < www * linaro * org/>. Go to Downloads; scroll down to "Binaries" pick the one you want 4.7 or 4.8--just not the aarch64 ones. I ended up using <gcc-linaro-arm-linux-gnueabihf-4.8-2013.12-20131229_win32.exe>. Since it's an executable file, you don't even need to use 7-Zip to deal with it. Everyone says that you should put it into a directory path that has no spaces in it, so don't accept the default one. Maybe you should make a directory called c:\Toolchain\. Once you're that far along, you can probably use the Axelson directions for the rest. I'm sure there are some secrets that will make the journey interesting; there always are. E.g., don't forget to change the machine from M3 to A8 or whatever you have...but at the moment, I can't find where to do that!
Good luck, and enjoy the journey.
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