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The Eclipse Embedded CDT(formerly GNU MCU/ARM?Eclipse) is an open source project that includes a family of Eclipse plug-ins and tools for multi-platform embedded ARM & RISC-V development, based on GNU toolchains.
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Submitted by Ferenc Keresztúri on Thu, 2020-04-16 09:06
If I install "GNU MCU eclipse 4.7.2" it did not install the GNU ARM C/C++ cross compliler. Is it part of the package?
Submitted by Ferenc Keresztúri on Fri, 2020-04-17 12:18
It installs the "ilg.gnumcueclipse.managedbuild.cross.arm_126.96.36.199001271244.jar" package, but in the preferences/C/C++/Build/ "Workspace tool path" did not appear (missing).?
Submitted by Liviu Ionescu on Fri, 2020-04-17 09:26
Submitted by Prashant Joshi on Sat, 2019-08-17 00:20
I am using gnu mcu eclipse. Trying the run the code targeted to RISC V tool chain.? I wish to perform the software debugging and profile the code to analyze - cpu cycles, DMA access, cache related issues. Please suggest the proper steps.
Submitted by Liviu Ionescu on Mon, 2019-08-19 11:55
Submitted by Mehdi Molu on Tue, 2018-08-07 18:26
I am getting following error "unable to read repository at (gnu-mcu-eclipse url)''
Submitted by Carsten Reckord on Wed, 2018-01-10 15:44
The installation data for this entry is broken at the moment. All listed installable units are missing a ".feature" at the end, meaning they can't be found on the update site and therefore installation through the Marketplace Client fails with "The following solutions are not available: GNU MCU Eclipse 4.2.1".
Submitted by Liviu Ionescu on Wed, 2018-01-10 16:54
I edited the marketplace page and added .feature at the end of each feature id, and now it seems ok.
Thank you for the hint,
Submitted by Liviu Ionescu on Wed, 2018-01-10 16:46
Thank you Carsten, I nticed that from a certain moment installing from the marketplace failed, but I don't remember doing anything special with my builds. I even registered a bug in bugzilla, but received no answer. Installing directly from the update site works as expected.
Can you be more specific on the missing `.feature` at the end??
The feature projects do have a .feature at the end. And also the feature name, as defined in feature.xml, has a .feature at the end. (https://github.com/gnu-mcu-eclipse/eclipse-plugins/tree/develop/features).
Can you suggest a fix?
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