GNU MCU Eclipse

A family of Eclipse CDT extensions and tools for GNU ARM & RISC-V development

GNU ARM Eclipse News

GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins v2.5.1-201412191510 released

Dec 19, 2014 - Version 2.5.1-201412191510 is a new release; the main improvements include a more reliable J-Link GDB server startup code and an improved Peripherals view, also handling enumerated fields.

Debugging topics added to the FAQ page

Dec 15, 2014 - Three new entries were added to the FAQ page.

Build Tools repacked as Setup

Dec 2, 2014 - For your convenience, the Windows Build Tools were repacked as a Windows setup.

GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins v2.4.2-201411261616 released

Nov 26, 2014 - Version 2.4.2-201411261616 is a maintenance release; the main improvements include support for Peripherals view in the OpenOCD debug plug-in and the newlib-nano explicit configuration options.

GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins v2.4.1-201410142110 released

Oct 14, 2014 - Version 2.4.1 is a major release. The main additions, which extend the CMSIS Packs support, are a peripherals registers view in debug, and a documentation view in the C/C++ perspective.

Projects of the week, July 14, 2014

Jul 22, 2014 - For the second time, the GNU ARM Eclipse project was selected by SourceForge one of the 10 projects of the week, July 14, 2014.

GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins v2.3.2-201407190854 released

Jul 19, 2014 - Version 2.3.2-201407190854 is a maintenance release.

GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins v2.3.2-201407190818 released

Jul 19, 2014 - Version 2.3.2-201407190818 is a maintenance release, issued to fix the preferences toolchain name & path exception.

ARM Connected Community article, July 2014

Jul 17, 2014 - A presentation article was published on the ARM Connected Community site, under the name GNU ARM Eclipse: open source tools with (experimental) CMSIS Pack support.

GNU ARM Eclipse plug-ins v2.3.1-201407120554 released

Jul 12, 2014 - Version 2.3.1 is a major release. The main addition is an experimental version of the CMSIS Pack Installer. The information in these packages will later be used to automatically generate the linker scripts, to view processor registers during debug sessions and finally to provide the required building blocks for elaborate templates.