|README.txt||2012||Apr 4 02:00:33 2019|
|common/||512||Jun 17 15:02:39 2020|
|examples/||512||Jun 20 15:23:28 2020|
|include/||512||Jun 20 15:23:28 2020|
|package.debian/||512||Jun 20 16:36:41 2020|
|scripts/||512||Jul 29 03:04:30 2019|
This is a command line make framework for building ARM Mbed OS applications using the ARM Mbed OS Offline CLI libraries.
Normally when you create ARM Mbed OS CLI projects, you have to checkout the full ARM Mbed OS CLI distribution (590 MB!) into each project directory. This seems insane to me, particularly if you are using your own source control system. So this framework relies on a single, shared ARM Mbed OS CLI distribution installed at /usr/local/lib/mbedos/.
A Debian package (mbedos) that installs a copy of the ARM Mbed OS CLI checkout to /usr/local/lib/mbedos/ is available at:
This framework relies on the GNU ARM Embedded C/C++ toolchain, which is available at:
The GNU ARM Embedded toolchain tarball must be unpacked to /usr/local/gcc-arm-none-eabi/
Each project Makefile must include include/mbedos.mk. The prepare.done target in mbedos.mk creates symbolic links to the necessary items under /usr/local/lib/mbedos/. After that the compile.done target issues the mbed compile command to build the project. Finally, the mbedos_mk_reallyclean target removes all working files and the symbolic links.
I am available for custom system development (hardware and software) of products using ARM or other microcontrollers.