Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools WinARM and linux

von Stefan Ulbrich (Guest)

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Hello Everyone!

I want to develop an application for an arm uc (aduc) on the linux
platform. Unfortunately, the GNUARM package is terribly outdated and the
package provided on mikrocontroller.net doesn't contain any headerfiles
for the different targets.
Did anybody encounter this problem too? Do I have to merge the WinARM
tree with the one linux package? Did anybody do this already?

best regards

von Clifford S. (clifford)

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The primary distinction of WinARM is merely that it is a GNU toolchain
that runs on Windows without the Cygwin support required to emulate the
expected Linux-like environment.

On Linux you have no such issues and can use a conventional cross-build
of the tools.

The headerfiles for different targets are not part of the GNU toolchain
and have been provided for your convenience. You could probably use the
ones from WinARM with little or no adaptation, or create your own target
specific headers from the datasheet for the part in question.


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