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The ESP32 C/C++ Development Tools contains two plug-ins:
The ESP32 C/C++ OpenOCD Debuging provides GDB debug functionality through OpenOCD. The plugin initialize OpenOCD and GDB to debug a user application. Allows to reset the target, collect system view data and configure debug parameters.
The ESP32 C/C++ Cross Compiler allows to import Esp32 make projects into the Eclipse.
The solution requires preinstalled ESP-IDF framework and OpenOCD binaries for Esp32.
The ESP-IDF could be downloaded from https://github.com/espressif/esp-idf
The OpenOCD for Esp32 could be downloaded from: https://github.com/espressif/openocd-esp32
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Submitted by Konstantinos Ifantidis on Mon, 2020-09-07 03:01
I've noticed this pluggin today and I've just installed it. I tried to use it but with no success. I have checked the git repo but I didn't find any usefull documentation. Is there any documentation or guide in order to make this work ? Is this pluggin still active or it is replaced from "ESP-IDF Eclipse plugin"?
Submitted by Prince Riley on Sun, 2020-11-29 02:25
I'm making a similar attempt to use this plugin. The current one is an Alpha release, so you'll either have to work through the pain points in getting the correct plugin configuration set up under Eclipse or use the VS Code Platform.io plugin instead.
If you decide to push ahead on Eclipse, then I recommend you read the docs on ESP-IDF programming at the following URL
The first step, is to create the project file structure according to the ESP-IDF documentation as explained on the above web page.
Next, you will have to install and configure the tool chain components under Eclipse using the C/C++ distribution as a foundation. Both the Windows and Linux Eclipse C/C++ platforms will work; Linux will be easier in my opinion.
Next, you'll have to set up a CMake build script in the Eclipse DEV perspective and use the Platform.io web pages to tell you what environment variables and CMake targets you'll need to create. Do not ignore the FreeRTOS version of the ESP-IDF framework, you'll find the code structure much easier to follow despite the real time O/S artifacts that this code framework requires.