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 ===== Eclipse ARM cross tool chain development ===== ===== Eclipse ARM cross tool chain development =====
-This is a guide to setup an IDE (Eclipse) to develop applications for bare metal ARM board like the OLIMEXINO STM32.+This is a guide to setup an IDE (Eclipse) ​and toolchain ​to develop applications for bare metal ARM board like the OLIMEXINO STM32.
  
 ==== Installing latest Eclipse on a debian system ==== ==== Installing latest Eclipse on a debian system ====
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 Also install the [[https://​marketplace.eclipse.org/​content/​darkest-dark-theme-devstyle#​group-details|devstyle]] plugin via eclipse marketplace for better user experience:​\\ Also install the [[https://​marketplace.eclipse.org/​content/​darkest-dark-theme-devstyle#​group-details|devstyle]] plugin via eclipse marketplace for better user experience:​\\
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-For development on embedded MCU's with ARM core the  [[https://​marketplace.eclipse.org/​content/​gnu-mcu-eclipse|GNU MCU Eclipse 4.5.1]] is needed.+For development on embedded MCU's with ARM core the  [[https://​marketplace.eclipse.org/​content/​gnu-mcu-eclipse|GNU MCU Eclipse 4.5.1]] ​plugin ​is needed.
 ==== Installing ARM Cross toolchain ==== ==== Installing ARM Cross toolchain ====
 First install system-wide npm, the installer tool for node.js packages. First install system-wide npm, the installer tool for node.js packages.