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GCC and Atmel's SAM3S controller

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I am trying to use the GNU GCC  for embedded development of Atmel's SAM3S ARM controllers.  I have a JTAGICE mkII.  Where do I start?   Any good suggestions are welcome.
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I was looking for more detail on how to intergrater GCC into eclipse and hook up to debugger/programmer.  Getting code is not the issue.  Setting up a workable dev environment is the problem.

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However, I do appreciate the response to my question.  

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I was thinking hardware when you mentioned JTAGICE, not thinking beyond GCC. Eclipse? I would have guessed Java Micro Edition when I see ARM.  The Oracle(java is proprietary)-Apache spat might impact using Eclipse.

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