- The Eclipse IDE gives you a graphical integrated development environment (IDE) for writing, compiling and debugging ESP-IDF projects. It is quite a bit easier to use than the command line ESP-IDF provided by Espressif. It is also more sophisticated and better suited to larger projects than the Arduino IDE.
- ESP-IDF Eclipse Plugin. ESP-IDF Eclipse Plugin brings developers an easy-to-use Eclipse-based development environment for developing ESP32 based IoT applications. It provides better tooling capabilities, which simplifies and enhances standard Eclipse CDT for developing and debugging ESP32 IoT applications.
- Installing Eclipse IDE¶ The Eclipse IDE gives you a graphical integrated development environment for writing, compiling and debugging ESP-IDF projects. Start by installing the esp-idf for your platform (see files in this directory with steps for Windows, OS X, Linux). Download the Eclipse Installer for your platform from eclipse.org.
- After the new Eclipse installation launches, follow these steps: 1. Import a New Project Eclipse uses the Makefile capability in ESP-IDF. This means you need to start by creating an ESP-IDF project. You can use the skeleton project from github or one of the example projects in the esp-idf examples subdirectory. We will use our old mate Blink again.
Espressif Systems EclipseCon Europe 2019 Agenda. Introduction. ESP8266 & ESP32. Espressif Hardware & Software. IoT Applications. ESP-IDF. ESP-IDF Eclipse Plugin.
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ESP-IDF Plugin for Eclipse is based on Eclipse CDT for developing applications on ESP32. ESP32 is a popular low-power system on chip microcontrollers with integrated Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth, making it suitable for designing and prototyping IoT solutions. ESP-IDF Plugin provides better tooling capabilities, which simplifies and enhances standard Eclipse CDT. It offers advanced editing, compiling, flashing, and debugging features.
Other notable features this plugin offers.
- Creating CMake based projects with ESP-IDF 4.0 and higher
- Get started ESP-IDF templates
- Installing Tools directly from Eclipse
- SDK Configuration editor for configuring the project
- Integrated CMake editor to support IDF built-in functions
- Application size analysis editor to give an insight into the memory footprint of an application
- ESP-IDF terminal pre-configured with IDF environment variables
- GDB Hardware and OpenOCD debugging
This is an open-source project you can check the project source here https://github.com/espressif/idf-eclipse-plugin
Note: Plugin supports ESP-IDF CMake based projects (4.x and above) and it runs on Windows, macOS, and GNU/Linux.
To know more about ESP-IDF https://github.com/espressif/esp-idf
Github repo: https://github.com/espressif/idf-eclipse-plugin
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