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Jan 24, 2010 - 5 minute read - http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post

Cross Development Environment on Debian GNU/Linux

http://www.mobilab.unina.it/Resources/crosscompilerHOWTO.html Introduction In this HOWTO, we will explain how to set up a cross development environment for the ARM platform including the use of libglib2.0. The ARM processor can be found in a number of embedded devices and PDAs, e.g. the Zaurus and the iPAQ. Note All packages and versions are related to Debian SID. Preparations [](http://draft.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=6599454894873414377) First, install toolchain-source and dpkg-cross. Because toolchain-source depends on dpkg-cross, the following command will do: # apt-get install toolchain-source The toolchain-source package contains the source code of the current gcc and binutils.

Jan 24, 2010 - 2 minute read - http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post

Debian ARM cross compiler/toolchain

http://www.emdebian.org/tools/crosstools.html Cross Toolchains We provide a set of apt-able tools built from standard Debian binutils and gcc sources. We are currently working on keeping the tools synchronised with Debian, and maintaining installable sets for unstable, testing and lenny. Builds are still handled manually so are sometimes out of date. If you have any trouble finding current packages in the main repository, you may find something useful in Hector Oron’s toolchain download area.

Jan 24, 2010 - 9 minute read

ARM Toolchain

http://openhardware.net/Embedded_ARM/Toolchain/ This toolchain is built from the more recent gcc-4.3.2 source. The toolchain will be suitable to use for ARM7TDMI ARM32 or Thumb code. This is the toolchain I use to build the RDCF2 filesystem, NewLib stubs and the application code for the LPC2000 processsors. The following directions will give you an ARM7TDMI Thumb toolchain + NewLib ready to use to develop applications. Topdisclaimer While the toolchain will also produce ARM32 code, the arm-elf-gcc will have to have interworking switch on (-mthumb-interwork) enabled if you use the newlib.

Jan 24, 2010 - 2 minute read

SkyEye Project

http://www.skyeye.org/index.shtml About SkyEye SkyEye is an Open Source Software Project (GPL Licence). Origin from GDB/Armulator, The goal of SkyEye is to provide an integrated simulation environment in Linux and Windows. SkyEye environment simulates/emulates typical Embedded Computer Systems (Now it supports a series ARM, MIPS, Blackfin, Coldfire, and SPARC architecture based microprocessors). You can run some Embedded Operation System such as Embedded Linux, uClinux, uc/OS-II (ucos-ii) etc. in SkyEye, and analysis or debug them at source level.

Jan 24, 2010 - 3 minute read - Assembler

gnu assembler for arm

[![Google](http://www.google.com/images/poweredby_transparent/poweredby_FFFFFF.gif) ](http://www.google.com/coop/cse/?hl=en) Custom Search 1. [PDF] ## [_GNU ARM Assembler_ Quick Reference](http://microcross.com/GNU-ARM-Assy-Quick-Ref.pdf) File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - [Quick View](http://www.google.com/url?q=http://docs.google.com/viewer%3Fa%3Dv%26q%3Dcache:cL0KmmrRiXQJ:microcross.com/GNU-ARM-Assy-Quick-Ref.pdf%2Bas%2Bgnu%2Bassembler%2Bfor%2Barm%26hl%3Den%26pid%3Dbl%26srcid%3DADGEESj-FWvlJjOXwjqpOZPq4EeX_gFS9Icqnv4QtP9ZQKIxvHMt5XKHyh9lyl7yMKFlQMN8-KTQWK3CGnkcljYBjzvX_x850RtgburL0z9jiUvU0KiZ-DGvFb3nT7Cet1COMrdqB-KC%26sig%3DAHIEtbQ04kQBEp2MLiGu0CTFmaHtwTiPiQ&ei=41VcS4r9IJf40wT8yIiIDg&sa=X&oi=gview&resnum=1&ct=other&usg=AFQjCNF7j4yh5f8n2w3vfJacs-hwABZ6fg) GNU _ARM_ Assembler Quick Reference. A summary of useful commands and expressions for the _ARM_ architecture using the _GNU assembler_ is **...** microcross.com/**GNU**-**ARM**-Assy-Quick-Ref.pdf 2. [PDF] ## [An Introduction to the _GNU Assembler_](http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs3221/labs/assembler-intro.pdf) File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat other _ARM_ assemblers; the _GNU Assembler_ uses the same syntax for all of the 45- **.....** illustrate various aspects of the _GNU Assembler_ for the _ARM_ **...** www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs3221/labs/**assembler**-intro.pdf 3.