Creating an Open Source Toolchain for ARM Microcontrollers

Written on July 8, 2010 – 1:17 pm | by bluehash |

In the process of jumping onto the ARM bandwagon, I found a neat tutorial by [J]im Lynch, who has written a highly comprehensive tutorial on how to combine various opensource tools to create an ARM toolchain. He also details what goes on behind each tool right from the hardware level to the software layer. This is a highly recommended read for those interested in using the open source tools for their project including GNU Compiler, Eclipse, OpenOCD and Yagarto tools. He also gives detailed examples with screen shots on how to setup the following JTAGs – Wiggler, ARM-USB-OCD, JTAGKey, SAM-ICE.

I’ve hosted it here for mirroring purposes.

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