Version 188.8.131.52508011813 is a new release; the main improvement is the new version of the GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU emulator (including a graphical LED emulator), paired with a new version of the QEMU Debugging plug-in; also embedded applications can now be executed in Run mode, not only in Debug mode.
Version 2.3.50-201508012214 is the first production release of the GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU. It supports a range of STM boards, and fully implements the user LEDs available on these boards, presenting them graphically, in real time animation, over the board picture.
In addition to fully supporting the semihosting commands, intended to running unit tests, the GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU is also intended to running the blinky applications generated by the GNU ARM Eclipse templates.
A new version of the Windows Build Tools (v2.6-201507152002) was released.
The GNU ARM Eclipse Build Tools v2.6 package includes the version 4.1 of GNU make (built from MSYS2 source files), and version 1.24.0-git of BusyBox, which provides a convenient implementation for sh/rm/echo.
The just released stable version of OpenOCD (0.9.0) is now also available as ready to install, platform specific, binary files.
Version 2.8.1-201504061754 is a new release; the main improvement is the addition of an experimental QEMU Debugging plug-in, using the GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU emulator.
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This is the initial release of the GNU ARM Eclipse QEMU. It is mainly a technology preview (most of the supported boards are present, but functionality is limited and only projects created with the generic Cortex-M3 template are supported).
Version 2.7.1-201503211846 is a new release; the main improvements include: a new set of preferences pages to configure the debug tools paths (J-Link, OpenOCD); as a homage to the team who created the former CodeRed suite, a new debug perspective named CodeRed was added, intended to be compatible with the CodeRed Develop perspective.
A new version of the Windows Build Tools (v2.4-201503212005) was released. It can be downloaded from the SourceForge Build Tools section.
The latest development version of OpenOCD (0.9.0-dev) is now available as multiple platform specific binary packages.
Version 2.6.1-201502281154 is a new release; the main improvements include: significant stability and reliability changes to the Peripheral view, making it production ready; a new mechanism to manage the toolchain path and build tools path; for a better integration with the debug plug-ins, a new distribution of OpenOCD was added as a subproject named GNU ARM Eclipse OpenOCD.