Hi, today I spent some time working on the plugin. For details see changelog. If there are still bugs please file a bug report about that, including version and type of OS, Eclipse and CDT.
Hi, today I moved the "main line" of development to "trunk" and checked in the last source from version 0.4.1. For version 0.1.x I created a branch.
Hi, the release of today fixed two bugs.
Thanks to D. Porges for submitting the fixes.
Hi, today I fixed some wrong toolnames in library build section for Windows and MacOSx.
Hi, today I modified the plugin to run with CDT 4.0 (Eclipse 3.3). This is a beta version! If you experience any problems, please submit a report. Supported Platform: Linux (arm-elf-linux-gnu-gcc), Win32 (Yagarto, WinARM), MacOSX (arm-elf-linux-gnu-gcc).
Hi, currently I am working on a new version for the new CDT 4.0.
Hi, after 1000 downloads overall, I changed the status to "Production/Stable".
Hi, today I added a few bug fixes form Micheal Loeffler (Mikrocontroller.net). See change log for details.
Today I added some new entries to the FAQ.
I corrected a few small bugs since version 0.1.1.
Besides I added a FAQ to the documentation section.
I added a toolchain to build static libraries (Linux, OS-X, Win32).
Due to a users request I added Max OS-X support. If you do not need it, there is no need to upgrade.
Hi, some new options to objcopy, internal changes and a few bug fixed results in version 0.0.8 (svn respository version 13). All features are available for Linux and Windows. It is NOT compatible to older versions, to get all new features you have to create a new project.
Thanks to Le Viet Bach from Mikrocontroller.net for new features and testing.
Hi, Le Viet Bach (from Mikrocontroller.net) added support for Assembler within a C++ Projekt for Windows and some more options. I added the Assembler (C++) support for Linux.
Have fun =).
Du to a users request I added C++ support to the Linux and Windows toolchains.
I did not change anything on the C toolchains, so it should work further on. But if you upgrade from an earlier version please test it in a secure environment and give me feedback.
Today I adapt the project web site. I added a chart to get an overview of the current state.
Currently I think there is no need to change something on the plugin.
If you have any questions, wishes or ideas please feel free to use the Trackers or Forums.
This version adds an option to choose a linker script. For furhter changes have a look to the changelog.
Currently I think there are no needs to change the internal design. So the only thing to do is to add more options if you need them. Furhter on if you use some options which you are currently add to the miscellaneous options, please submit a request. I will add them easily to choose as checkboxes or textfields.
After some feedback to Version 0.0.4 I notice that the internal changes will cause the executables under Win32 renamed from "arm-elf-*" to "arm-elf-linux-gnu-*".
To fix this, rename the executables in the properties dialog or create a new project and copy the source files to the new project.
Due to some internal changes, I released version 0.0.4. I think it is not needed to update, but it would not be amiss.
As a result of positive feedback, I changed the state of the project to "beta testing".
And finally, if you experience problems compiling assembly files with ".S" suffix, just add it to "File Types" within the project properties.
The plugin works with the Yagarto Toolchain (www.yagarto.de) too, but you have to install the OpenOCD package with it.
Generally you can use all other toolchains, if the executables are named like "arm-elf-*" and you have "make" and "rm" installed and in your path variable.
Today I released the third version. I added support for the WinARM toolchain, so the plugin should work with it under Eclipse for Windows.
Currently I am working on the integration of the WinARM Toolchain, so the plugin can be used with Eclipse for Windows.
The version 0.0.2 extends the first release by a "Debug configuration". It is available in the "Download" section.
The first version is available in "Code" (SVN) and "Download" section and a minimal website is available.