Q: What is NuEclipse?
A: A free IDE for Nuvoton Cortex-M series & Arm9.
Q: Why NuEclipse? Can I use Eclipse instead?
A: We integrated necessary materials to help you to compile the code after NuEclipse installed.
You need to install other materials after Eclipse installed. Hence, we recommend to install NuEclispe, because it contains necessary plug-ins, build tools, user manuals & sample project templates for Nuvoton Cortex-M series.
Q: Where to download NuEclispe?
A: Find NuEclipse_V1.01.016_Windows at https://www.nuvoton.com/tool-and-softwa ... ol/driver/
Q: Where is the NuEclipse document?
A: In the install menu or the path C:\Program Files (x86)\Nuvoton Tools\NuEclipse\V1.01.016\NuEclipse\UserManual
Q: Can I debug the sample with NuEclipse?
A: Yes, but you need to purchase debug device / driver from vendor first, e. g., Segger's J-Link.
Note: you need Java SDK / RDK to run NuEclipse. https://www.java.com/
Note: you need GNU Arm embedded toolchain to build sample / library. https://developer.arm.com/tools-and-sof ... ain/gnu-rm
Note: if you need better performance, we recommend to utilize Keil MDK-Professional IDE. https://www2.keil.com/mdk5 (license needed)