23 Jun '12, 2pm
Lowest cost #ARM + #Arduino headers expansion for #raspberrypi via @element14
Drew Fustini wrote: The main requirement I would have for trying any of these boards would be Linux compatibility. I would imagine there is gcc available, but I am interested to check on the IDEs. Software is definitely the problem in this area, particularly for those who run Linux but want an IDE, which is becoming more common but certainly isn't mainstream. Although installing an ARM toolchain is very easy and is typically done by running a single command, that's only the start of the process. Setting up Eclipse, OpenOCD and finding an open debug adapter for cross-development requires a combination of bravery and masochism and a lot of spare time, which is less than ideal. The information is out there and just requires a degree in Googling to find, but it's certainly not "turnkey" to gather all the necessary information together and hook it all up. It's also a barrier to...