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Porting ecos and Eclipse

Lukas Riezler
Hi ecos-guys!

I still try to get ecos work on my fm3-evalboard (cortex-m3). Fortunately I have a J-Tag / J-Link!
My intention is now to work with Eclipse IDE by using the J-Link.
For that reason I attended the Yagarto-toolchain - but I replaced the Yagarto-gcc with the gcc of the ecos-toolchain (as a precaution because of my later undertaking).
==> I work with gcc from ecos-toolchain and gdb from Yagarto. I'm able to debug a small example-project successfully :-)

My next idea was to take parts of the ecos-HAL in a eclipse-project and tinkering till i have ported the HAL to my new target.
Do you think this way could cause to a good end for my porting-process?
I already started to implement my idea but there are a lot of dependencies between all the used files - so I have to add more and more files.
So I decided to stop and ask you before I continue and perhaps become desperate ;-)

Could it work like this?

Greetz Lukas

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Re: Porting ecos and Eclipse

Ilija Kocho [Илија Кочо]
Hi Lukas

On 14.02.2013 18:30, Lukas Riezler wrote:

> Hi ecos-guys!
>
> I still try to get ecos work on my fm3-evalboard (cortex-m3). Fortunately I have a J-Tag / J-Link!
> My intention is now to work with Eclipse IDE by using the J-Link.
> For that reason I attended the Yagarto-toolchain - but I replaced the Yagarto-gcc with the gcc of the ecos-toolchain (as a precaution because of my later undertaking).
> ==> I work with gcc from ecos-toolchain and gdb from Yagarto. I'm able to debug a small example-project successfully :-)
>
> My next idea was to take parts of the ecos-HAL in a eclipse-project and tinkering till i have ported the HAL to my new target.
> Do you think this way could cause to a good end for my porting-process?
> I already started to implement my idea but there are a lot of dependencies between all the used files - so I have to add more and more files.
> So I decided to stop and ask you before I continue and perhaps become desperate ;-)
>
> Could it work like this?

Well, it worked for me. True, I use MicroEmacs (Jasspa edition) but
Eclipse shouldn't be a handicap with its makefile project support.

Have fun

Ilija


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