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Tutorial: Using Eclipse with NXP MCUXpresso SDK v2 and processor expert

Posted on Thursday, April 13th, 2017 in ARM, tutorials by DP

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Erich Styger from MCU on Eclipse writes:

To me, software and tools are by far more important than the microcontroller. Because the silicon is a ‘one time kind of thing’, where the software has to be maintained and working over a longer time. And at least my software usually needs to be ported to a new device, so portability and available software and tools are critical to me.

The combination of MCUXpresso SDK (formerly Kinetis SDK) and Processor Expert is unfortunately not supported by NXP. But I have found a way to get them work together in a nice way, and this article is about making that combination possible :-).

More details at MCU on Eclipse homepage.

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