eClipse tool is a free open source IDE tool for embedded system, can we use this tool for ADuCM360? any application notes for it?
It is good to hear that eClipse can be the IDE tool for ADuCM360.
I can start by myself first, learning through working with the project.
I did eClipse for EnergyMicro MCU last year.
Do you mind inform me who is the best one to discuss with about eClipse in your team?
Basically any tool supporting SWD and Cortex M3 can be used for the development with our Cortex M3 products. The GDB-driver from Segger will also support soon the flash programming of our Cortex M3 parts and we working on a FAQ or app-note on how to use Eclipse + GNU-C + GDB for our Cortex M3 parts. We got this request already from users, but can't promise a date now.
I would like to ask if there is any progress with preparing app-note concerning ADuCM360 development using Eclipse + GNU ARM GCC + GDB? I have been trying to handle that since two weeks and still unable to do that. I think there is a problem with Segger JLink support for this chip and that is why I cannot flash it via GDB. I did everything I had done when working with EFM32 micro (also using Eclipse+GCC+GDB), but no success at all.
Are you able to help me somehow with this task?
I am also interested in this topic. Any news on the FAQ or app note?
There is another easy to use solution coming already with example projects for the AduCM360 - you will find as well in a view days a tutorial here on the EZ - emIDE @ http://emide.org/
It is good to hear that a free tool is available. Just have a quick view of the website, the emIDE is very similiar to eClipse, the GNU compiler in unlimited, the Debugger is unlimited as well?
The CN0221 is a good example, are you going to export this example from IAR to emIDE? IAR free tool is 32K code size limited, it is enough to do small project.
Are you going to write some application notes for ADuCM360 MCU for emIDE?
This is a good idea to transfer some projects to the unlimited version and we may consider this, but at the moment we have no definite plan for.
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