This domain was registered in July 2006 and started with the motivation
to create a toolchain with the following features:
- not based on Cygwin
- working with Eclipse
- cheap for beginners
I found some native Windows toolchains based on MinGW, but the GDB of
these toolchains doesn't work properly under Eclipse. That's why I decide to
create a new toolchain suited for my requirements. YAGARTO was born.
Even if I take a look at point 3, "cheap for beginners", there are now
more alternatives available and even for the non commercial use:
- GCC toolchain with J-Link EDU or OpenOCD
- CrossWorks for ARM with CrossConnect Lite or J-Link EDU
In case of the first option, the workflow is a little rough.
Here you must create the makefiles and linker scripts by yourself.
But if you want a faster start, a smother workflow and professional support, take
a look at CrossWorks for ARM. Rowley Associates has a Personal License for the
non commercial use too.
If you still need a replacement or alternative for YAGARTO, build the toolchain
by yourself or take a look at the following toolchain:
- emIDE (free Visual Studio Style IDE with GCC)
After more than five years I think I can say, task completed!
Btw, all the "none YAGARTO" content was moved to the new server emb4fun.de.
Thanks for listening, thanks for the support, happy coding ...
( 31.12.2011, Michael Fischer )
The YAGARTO project on SourceForge can be found here.