The embOS ARM GCC port is not tied to a specific IDE. It can be used with any GCC based development environment supporting ARM7/9 and Cortex-A/R based devices. The following list includes examples for development tools based on GCC:
- Atollic TrueSTUDIO
- GNU MCU Eclipse
- Makefiles + GDB or Ozone
- Renesas e2Studio
|Kernel ROM||Approx. 1700 Bytes|
|Kernel RAM||110 Bytes|
|Task RAM: Task control block||36 Bytes|
|Task RAM: Minimum stack size||44 Bytes|
|Context switching time||180 Cycles (0.45 µs with Renesas RZ running at 400 MHz)|
|Interrupt latency time||Zero|
embOS for ARM and GCC may be used on any ARM device. The most recent release includes the following board support packages, but further board support packages may easily be created based on this release.
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|Altera Cyclone V SOC||Altera SOCrates eval board|
|NXP i.MX6U5||Variscite SOM DUAL Kit|
|Renesas R7S72100||Renesas RSKRZA1|
|Xilinx XC7Z020||Digilent ZedBoard|
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