The Eclipse is an IDE. It contains a base workspace and an extensible plug-in system for customizing the environment.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

1
vote
1answer
93 views

GNU ARM Eclipse - flash and run without debug

I have successfully installed and configured Eclipse for ARM development according to this excellent tutorial: http://gnuarmeclipse.github.io/ Almost all the tutorials (including the one above) I ...
-4
votes
2answers
97 views

How do I get a value of a RAM by given address? [closed]

I think I know how RAM works, but I have an exercise where I have to read at the address 0x????. Furthermore, I am only interested what value get returned after the reading command. For example: ...
2
votes
1answer
101 views

Flashing and debugging with Eclipse (without jtag)

I'm a beginner in embedded system development and wonder if I really need JTAG emulator(?) or JTAG cable. Previously I learned stuffs using STM32-discovery and now would move to Sabre Lite. It uses ...
0
votes
1answer
100 views

Eclipse arm pluging missing hal pack

I am trying to use Eclipse ARM plugin but it seems that there is no HAL library support for anything other then stm32f4. Is it possible to add support for stm32f1 somehow.
0
votes
1answer
326 views

Exporting Mbed code to build with in Eclipse

I am working on a project to move from the mbed platform, to some custom hardware. I am using the nRF51822 from Nordic. I have just exported my nRF51-DK project to ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

STM32F103 GPIO not working

I am programming for LPC microcontrollers (mostly LPC1769), for the past few months with success. I decided though to give STM32 series a try. I just received a no-name board using an STM32F103C8 MCU ...
0
votes
1answer
411 views

Eclipse and OpenOCD works only, if I program the MCU on Discovery board

I'd like to program and debug an STM32F030 MCU with Eclipse, OpenOCD and ST-link. I have an STM32F4 Discovery board that includes an ST-link debugger. Programming the STM32F4 MCU on the discovery ...
0
votes
2answers
2k views

STM32L-Discovery programming on Linux with Eclipse

my problem is following. How to configure Eclipse + ARM in order to code for this microcontroller? I installed Eclipse and ARM plugin for it but I can't understand what to do after that :(
0
votes
1answer
547 views

Segger J-Link GDB-Server / STM32100B-EVAL / Debugging hangs at first instruction

I'm using a J-Link and the corresponding Linux GDB-Server from Segger. When I start debugging with Eclipse the program is automatically halted at the first instruction in the startup assembler code. ...
4
votes
1answer
2k views

Unable to compile STM32F4 code sample with Eclipse

I'm trying to compile a simple STM32F4 sample using Eclipse with the GNU ARM Eclipse plugin from http://gnuarmeclipse.livius.net/blog/. I'm getting the following errors: and the structure is as ...
0
votes
1answer
2k views

Arduino Blink example does not run after upload from eclipse

I just started with my first Arduino project. I am trying out the Blink example. I have set up eclipse for arduino 1.0 and the code compiles without errors (both lib project and blink project). I used ...
2
votes
1answer
586 views

Arduino code compiles both on Eclipse and on AVR Studio 5, but only Eclipse version is functional

I'm trying to choose an IDE for arduino development. I installed both Eclipse and AVR Studio 5. And configured them using the instruction on the Arduino site (for Eclipse) and those two tutorials (AVR ...
1
vote
2answers
4k views

Troubleshooting Eclipse IDE for Arduino

I have been using Arduino IDE for sometime with my Arduino Uno. Recently I heard about Eclipse and I thought give it a shot. I downloaded the c++ version and installed the AVR plugin. Then I tried to ...
1
vote
1answer
2k views

Serial port monitor for Arduino in Eclipse (on Linux x64)

I like to program my Arduino using Eclipse. However, I still need the Arduino IDE to use the Serial port monitor. This is very inconvenient and breaks my work flow I tried to use RXTX but this would ...
6
votes
3answers
4k views

how to make the eclipse IDE to be compatible for PIC devices?

I am looking for a PIC development environment that is better than MPLab. Is it possible to to install and configure Eclipse to work with PIC microcontrollers?