Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools GNU ARM Eclipse is now available from Eclipse Marketplace

von Liviu I. (ilg)

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The [GNU ARM Eclipse project](https://github.com/gnuarmeclipse) includes 
a set of open source Eclipse plug-ins and tools to 
create/build/debug/manage **ARM** (32-bits) and **AArch64** (64-bits) 
applications and static/shared libraries, using the latest **GNU ARM 
GCC** toolchains. 

Eclipse Marketplace

Aiming to further improve the user experience while installing/updating 
the plug-ins, the **GNU ARM Eclipse** project was registered to [Eclipse 



The main advantage of using the Eclipse Marketplace is a **simplified 
install procedure**, no longer requiring to manually enter the update 
site address.

The Install button

The Eclipse Marketplace not only provides a centralised index to locate 
projects, it goes one step further and provides a drag-and-drop browser 


As seen above, the button can be included in any web page.

To use it, just **drag-and-drop the button to a running Eclipse**, and 
the plug-ins to install/update will be automatically identified:

![Eclipse Marketplace 

If, for any reason, this does not work, it is always possible to search 
the Eclipse Marketplace manually from within Eclipse menus:

![Eclipse Marketplace 

More info

For more details about the **GNU ARM Eclipse** project, please refer to 
the project 
site [http://gnuarmeclipse.github.io/](http://gnuarmeclipse.github.io/).


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