By Lynch J.P.
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This will add it to the favorites list. Now when we click on the Run pull-down menu and select “External Tools,” we see the LPC2000 Flash Utility at the top of the list. Click on LPC2000 Flash Utility to verify that it runs. Now cancel the LPC2000 Flash Utility and quit Eclipse. 9 Installing the Macraigor OCDremote Utility OCDRemote is a utility that listens on a TCP/IP port and translates GDB monitor commands into Wiggler JTAG commands. This permits Eclipse/GDB to communicate to the Olimex LPC-P2100 board as a target monitor accessed via Ethernet.
Start Eclipse by clicking on the desktop icon. ” The default perspective is the “resource” perspective, as shown below. We need to change it into the C/C++ perspective. In the Window pull-down menu, select Window – Open Perspective – Other – C/C++ and then click OK. Eclipse will now switch to the C/C++ perspective shown below and will remember it when you exit. Now we want to add the Philips LPC2000 Flash Utility to the “External Tools” part of the Run pull-down menu. Select RUN – External Tools – External Tools.
We want to add a new program to the External Tools list, so click on Program and then New. Note below that there’s a new program under the “program” tree with the name New_configuration and there’s no specifications as to what it is. In the Name text box, replace New-configuration with LPC2000 Flash Utility. In the Location text box, use the “Browse File System” tool to find the Philips LPC2000 Flash Utility in the Program Files directory. exe. Here’s the External Tools window before editing. Here’s the External Tools window after our modifications.
ARM cross development with Eclipse version 2 by Lynch J.P.