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==Documentation==
 
==Documentation==

Revision as of 04:08, 29 February 2016

ARM Development Tools

The following Hardware and Software resources are available in the lab:

Hardware

Hardware
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ARM Development Boards
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1. CEDT-SW-JTAG Adapter
2. Keil ULINK/2
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Add-On GPIO Boards








Software

Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers
1
Linux x86 32-bit
2
Linux x86 64-bit
3
Windows x86 32-bit
3
Windows x86 64-bit









CodeSourcery CodeBench Lite ARM Toolchain
1
Linux Intel x86 platform
2
XP/Win7 Intel x86 platform







Eclipse Sample Projects
1
STM32L-Discovery Project
2
STM32L-Discovery Modular Project
3
STR91x Sample Projects









Getting Started Guides

  1. Setting up Embedded ARM Lab
  2. Starting Cortex-M3 Development Using the GNU Tool Chain - Part 1
  3. Starting Cortex-M3 Development Using the GNU Tool Chain - Part 2
  4. GCC Compiler for Cortex-M3
  5. Getting Started with STM32L-Discovery Board
  6. Working with STR912 Board using CodeSourcery, Eclipse and OpenOCD
  7. Programming STM32 using it's firmware library
  8. STM32L1xx Standard Peripheral Library
  9. Working with STR912 Board using CodeSourcery, Eclipse and OpenOCD
  10. MSP430 LaunchPad Tutorials
  11. Using GCC with Tiva TM4C123G LaunchPad in CCSv6
  12. Getting Started with Tiva EK-TM4C123GXL-Eclipse-ARM-GCC
  13. Getting Started with Tiva EK-TM4C123GXL-Codelite-ARM-GCC
  14. Getting Started with Git Remote Server
  15. Getting Started with GITLAB
  16. Eclipse - HowTos
  17. Sourcery CodeBench Lite - Getting Started

Documentation

Documentation
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Documentation for GNU toolchain
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OpenOCD User's Guide






Tutorials

  1. An Introduction to the GNU Compiler
  2. An Introduction to the GNU Assembler
  3. An Introduction to the GNU Linker
  4. An Introduction to the GNU Debugger
  5. Using DDD with GDB
  6. ARM ASM Program Template
  7. Makefile Template for ARM ASM Programs
  8. Makefile Template for ARM C Programs














Presentations

  1. Programming in C Language
  2. GDB Presentation
  3. Version Control Systems
  4. MediaWiki Presentation
  5. Using GCC with Tiva TM4C123G









Other Resources

  1. Compiling OpenOCD v0.8.0 Linux to be used with the Cortex-M Boards
  2. openocd-0.5.0 source
  3. openocd-0.5.0-with-CEDT-SW-JTAG-support.patch
  4. Sample ARM Assembly programs for GNU toolchain