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mini-toolchain

A very easy-use build toolchain for ARM target on the Windows platform

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This is a native windows port of GNU C Compiler (GCC) , GNU utilities for the embedded processor ARM/MIPS. Includes extensions very useful tools for build images of arm/mips targets.

mini-toolchain give a more efficient, small size tools and economical way to build images for embedded systems products.It integrated with GNU utilities, GCC and other common command, very easy to use and works perfectly.

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Features

  • 1. Integrated with GNU utilities, GCC C compiler with very small program files(<20MB).
  • 2. Do not need an emulation layer that provided by Cygwin tools.
  • 3. Very easy-install and easy-use, just extract the distribution package.
  • 4. Works perfectly than other version of GUN utilities.

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User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C++, C

Registered

2013-08-07

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