The GNU ARM Eclipse project includes a set of open source Eclipse plug-ins and tools to create/build/debug/manage ARM (32-bits) and AArch64 (64-bits) applications and static/shared libraries, using the latest GNU ARM GCC toolchains.
Starting with GNU ARM Eclipse version 2.10.2, from November 2015, full Cortex-M7 support was added to the C/C++ Build → Settings → Tool Settings page; it is now possible not only to select the ARM family: cortex-m7, but also to select the new specific FPU type:
The project wizard was updated to create generic Cortex-M7 projects.
And last, but probably the most useful, a new template to create STM32F7 projects was added.
The wizard currently supports STM32F745xx, STM32F746xx, STM32F756xx, and can create blinky projects for the STM32F746_EVAL and STM32F746_DISCOVERY boards.
The created projects not only pass the build, but are ready to run on the selected boards.
For more details about the GNU ARM Eclipse project, please refer to the project site http://gnuarmeclipse.github.io/.
This will help development
> How can you manage to do all this ?
I have a magic wand, I got it from Harry Potter ;-)
But it too runs on batteries, and they are about to dry out...
Liviu ... there must be at least 10 developers working on this IDE, with all those things that need to be done and updated all the time (I know how hard it is to make it all fit and work).
... Just checking ...
Hmm, it seems there's only one developer. How can you manage to do all this ?
Eclipse is very impressive and an important package, please keep up the good work.
This is good news for all Embedded Microchip. Freescale, and STMicroelectronics users!