GNU MCU Eclipse News
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.
Jul 4, 2014 - June 2014 came with a nice surprise, the WordPress statistics showed a record of 30.000 hits per month (or an average of 1.000 hits per day) for the GNU ARM Eclipse site:
Apr 24, 2014 - Version 2.2.2-201404240550 is a maintenance release.
Apr 12, 2014 - Version 2.2.1 is a major release. The main changes are: the complete overhaul of the template plug-ins, the addition of a generic Cortex-M template, the addition of the STM32F2xx template and a better integration of the Freescale PEx template with the Processor Expert 10.4 version.
Feb 18, 2014 - Version 2.1.2-201402180751 is a maintenance release.
Feb 14, 2014 - The main change (marked by the increase of the major number to 2.x) is that debugging support in GNU ARM Eclipse became official (the previous Experimental status was removed), with two variants, for a professional product (the SEGGER J-Link) and for the major open source solution (OpenOCD). Another important change was the addition of Freescale templates.
Jan 22, 2014 - The GNU ARM Eclipse Plug-ins project was chosen as one of the SourceForge featured projects of January 2014 (from more than 300.000 registered projects).
Jan 11, 2014 - The main changes are the addition of the STM32F0x templates, the possibility to use the plug-in even for non-managed (Makefile) projects, and the possibility to use the internal builder (except for generating the listing file).
Dec 24, 2013 - Version 1.1.7-201312241058 is a maintenance release.
Dec 22, 2013 - The main change is the addition of the J-Link debugging plug-in, that supports the SEGGER J-Link JTAG/SWD probe, including extra features, like transparent integration of the GDB server, integration of the Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) window as a standard Eclipse console, a functional restart button, and more.