2. codesourcery gcc toolchain
3. build your own toolchain (you need newlib or other arm peripherals library)
Linux: use Emacs, CodeBlocks, KDevelop as IDE - point them to your toolchain.
naz wrote:i'm using linux platform,anyone can tell me IDE for ARM, and how to install.If you unable to work out how to do this yourself I recommend that you go for a professionally supported product like CrossWorks for ARM:
naz wrote:yes correct...but i want to do in linux..Understood. According to the information on their website CrossWorks is supported on Linux kernel 2.6 and above (x86 and x64). It has been tested on Ubuntu 9.10, Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, Ubuntu 6.06 LTS, openSUSE 10.3, Debian 4.0 and PCLinuxOS 2007.
naz wrote:yes i agree your's point...OK - just keep in mind that 'free' software only equates to 'no cost' software if your time is worth nothing to you.
but crossworks not free one...i need free compiler or ide for arm in linux os