[Fwd: Re: RES: Developent Environments for RTEMS]
jiri at gaisler.com
Thu Sep 1 22:25:19 UTC 2005
For those who like graphical IDEs for software development,
we have now released a new version of the eclipse/cdt plugin
for leon2/3. The plugin requires eclipse-3.1 and the new
cdt-3.0.0. It is installed using the eclipse software update
mechnism, see :
The plugin can display the current plug&play information
of leon3 systems, and has also a leon2/AT697 register
display. Here is a screen dump on what it can look like:
To debug on leon hardware, you need grmon-1.1.1 or later.
There is no support for ERC32 (yet), but the plugin is
provided in full source code under GPL so feel free to
add it ...
Fabrício de Novaes Kucinskis wrote:
> Wow - how many options!
> First of all, I have to apologize for the wrong information in my previous
> message, about the Gaisler's Eclipse Plugin. I understood that the plugin
> was paid, and delivered WITH the simulator.
> Thank you for the info, Jiri, and forgive me. Next time, I'll read the
> information on the website more carefully.
> I'll look for all the options you all gave me!
> Thanks once more, and best regards,
> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: Jiri Gaisler [mailto:jiri at gaisler.com]
> Enviada em: sexta-feira, 26 de agosto de 2005 16:10
> Para: RTEMS - Mailing List
> Assunto: Re: Developent Environments for RTEMS
> Our eclipse plugin is for free, it is only the ERC32 simulator
> which costs money. We are in fact about to release a new
> version of the plugin, compatible with the latest version
> of eclipse and cdt. What you need is a gdb-stub that runs
> on the target, like the rdbmon stub we provided with LECCS
> (also free). If you have ethernet on your board, it would
> probably be better to port the ethernet gdb server to the
> sparc port.
> Note also that we provide our plugin in full source
> code (GPL), so you can modify it and tune at will.
> Jiri Gaisler.
> PS. My development environment is xvile + a couple of
> xterm/bash windows. Works equally well for both
> VHDL anc C. For serious problems, I also use grep .. :-)
> Fabrício de Novaes Kucinskis wrote:
>>I'm using RTEMS with an ERC32 board. I'm creating programs using a regular
>>text editor, and compiling by command line. Now I'm looking for something
>>better, to improve our productivity.
>>I know that Gaisler Research have an Eclipse plugin to develop to
>>ERC32/Leon, but I can't pay for this at the moment. I would like to know
>>other options. What do you use to develop to RTEMS?
>>Can I configure Eclipse to compile to RTEMS? Do you know / use different
>>Thanks in advance,
>>Fabrício de Novaes Kucinskis - DEA / INPE
>>Divisão de Eletrônica Aeroespacial
>>Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais
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