|Re: Integrating ARM toolchain into Eclipse [message #1817885 is a reply to message #1817863]
||Mon, 02 December 2019 09:13
| Tauno Voipio
Registered: August 2014
There are different compiler sets for ARMs in the Ubuntu repository.|
For most embedded ARMs the arm-none-eabi toolset is fine.
In my Kubuntu 18.04 I have:
I have used the toolset for ARM7TDMI and different Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4 processors. Most of the packages will get installed when installing the GCC,
just as root:
apt install gcc-arm-none-eabi
There is a version of the GDB debugger for multiple architectures, gdb-multiarch which handles the ARMs well.
For accessing an embeded ARM, you'll need a JTAG handler. I'm using OpenOCD which is also in the Ubuntu repositories.
The ARM compilers for ARM Linux (e.g. Raspberry Pi) are different beasts.
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