Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Yagarto managed make

von Neilh e. (neilh)

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Hi All
I've got a sam3s-ek that I'm keen to try, and following the yagarto 
instructions for setting up the environment - I'm new to eclipse and arm 
- coming from mega2560/AvrStudio4.
Yagarto instructions works very nicely - and very thankful for the 
detailed directions - and I've compiled a test project and getting ready 
to download it via a SAM-ICE (Segger J Link JTAG 20pin!).
Now I'm trying to add another file and get the make file to be 
I don't seem to be able to set the environment to a managed make.
I've spent about 4 hours learning a lot about eclipse and all the work 
that has gone into yagarto - so very impressed overall.

So mystified as to if i'm missing how to do a "managed make" ?
More specifically - as a trial to get my feet wet - I want to port the 
demo example (Kiell) - so there will be lots of files and dependencies 
being added and I would have thought eclipse or make would have been 
built to handle a core build function.

many thanks for any insights

von Ipa (Guest)

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Search sf.net for "GNU ARM C/C++ Development Support" - which is a 
plug-in extension adding managed make for ARM Toolchains, including 


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