@gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools

An xPack that installs the binary files for GNU MCU Eclipse Windows Build Tools.

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The GNU MCU Eclipse Windows Build Tools binary xPack

This binary xPack installs the platform specific binaries for GNU MCU Eclipse Windows Build Tools.

The source files of the xPack project are publicly available from GitHub.

How to use

This section is intended for developers who plan to use the Windows Build Tools.

Prerequisites

The only requirement is a recent xpm, which is a portable Node.js command line application. To install it, follow the instructions from the xpm page.

Easy install

The xPack is available as @gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools from the public npmjs.com repository; with xpm available, installing the latest version of the package is quite easy:

$ xpm install @gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools --global

Global xPacks are always installed in the user home folder, even on GNU/Linux
or macOS, and do not require sudo.

The GNU MCU Eclipse plug-ins automatically identify binaries installed with xpm and provide a convenient method to manage paths.

To remove the installed xPack, the command is similar:

$ xpm uninstall @gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools --global

(Note: not yet implemented. As a temporary workaround, simply remove the xPacks/@gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools folder, or the versions subfolders.)

Developer info

The xPack git repo

The few xPack source files are available from GitHub:

$ git clone https://github.com/gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools-xpack.git windows-build-tools-xpack.git

Binary files

The binaries are not stored on the npmjs.com server, but are downloaded from
the releases section of the gnu-mcu-eclipse/windows-build-tools GitHub project.

Maintainer info

How to publish

  • open releases and select the latest release
  • update the baseUrl: with the file URLs (including the tag/version)
  • from the blog post, copy the SHA & file names
  • commit all changes, use a message like 2.12.1-1 (without v)
  • update CHANGELOG.md; commit with a message like CHANGELOG: prepare v2.12.1-1
  • npm version 2.12.1-1
  • push all changes to GitHub
  • npm publish

License

The original content is released under the MIT License, with all rights reserved to Liviu Ionescu.

The binary distributions include several open-source components; the corresponding licenses are available in the licenses folder.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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