EMAC OE SDK Introduction
The EMAC Open Embedded SDK is distributed in an archive that can be extracted and used from a Linux terminal or from within an integrated development environment such as Eclipse. The archive contains hardware-specific tools which must be installed and configured.
Each SDK includes the C/C++ header files and libraries compatible with the target hardware. It also includes the C/C++ cross-compiler toolchain components necessary to compile and debug custom application code. Follow the links below to get started building and running the example projects on the target hardware.
- Configuring EMAC OE 4.0 SDK
- Using EMAC OE SDK Example Projects
- Creating a New EMAC OE SDK Project
- Building Existing Projects
- Debugging with gdbserver