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Tutorial: Git with Eclipse

Friday, October 19th, 2018

A detailed tutorial on Eclipse with the EGit plugin by Erich Styger: There are things which are game changer in the world of software development: one such event was when I started using a VCS (Version Control System): it changed for me how I keep and store my projects and settings. It...

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Linting with Eclipse and the GNU ARM Embedded Launchpad compiler

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015

Erich Styger of MCUonEclipse writes: For a space project we have to make sure that things are not failing while our hardware orbits around the Mother Earth. Therefore we are using different static and dynamic analysis tools, and one of it is using PC-lint from Gimpel to catch as many errors...

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Serial terminal view in Eclipse Luna

Monday, April 20th, 2015

Erich  writes: I’m using mostly an external terminal program like Termite. But it is a very useful thing to have a terminal view in Eclipse so I do not need to switch to another application. All what is needed is the installation of a plugin plus the RXTX (at least...

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Eclipse hardware debugging guide

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Brian made a tutorial on using eclipse for JTAG debugging LM3S based boards: I have published in the docs section a guide on how to use Eclipse to do JTAG based hardware debugging for the LM3S development boards (Cygni, Eridani, Procyon).Eclipse is complex software which has a lot of power...

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Open source logic analyzer software

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

We woke up in a strange world where everyone knew about a new logic analyzer frontend for the Logic Sniffer, except us. LogicAnalyzer is a framework as well as an application to operate a PC based logic analyzer. It’s built using the Eclipse RCP and designed with extensibiliy in mind....

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