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 ====== Overview ====== ====== Overview ======
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-===== Coocox ​Open IDE =====+===== CooCox ​Open IDE ===== 
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 **CooCox** provides integration development environment called **CoIDE** for ARM Cortex M series microcontrollers. **CoIDE** supports ARM gcc based development environment of **eclipse**. ​ **CooCox** provides integration development environment called **CoIDE** for ARM Cortex M series microcontrollers. **CoIDE** supports ARM gcc based development environment of **eclipse**. ​
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 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
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 CoIDE just provides development environment without tool-chains. So you need to install tool-chains at first. We use ARM gcc 4.7 for tool-chains. CoIDE just provides development environment without tool-chains. So you need to install tool-chains at first. We use ARM gcc 4.7 for tool-chains.
  
-**ARM GCC 4.7 Features**+**ARM GCC 4.7 Features:**
  
 - All GCC 4.7 features, plus latest mainline features - All GCC 4.7 features, plus latest mainline features
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 ===== Tool-chains setting in CoIDE ===== ===== Tool-chains setting in CoIDE =====
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 Before you use CoIDE to start your project, you need to config the GCC compiler at first. Before you use CoIDE to start your project, you need to config the GCC compiler at first.
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 ===== CoX-Peripheral Interface ===== ===== CoX-Peripheral Interface =====
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 **Cox-Peripheral interface** is Common Wrapper Interface to port peripheral easily which is different in each vendors. If SPI is designed by Cox-Peripheral Interface starting as x(e.g. xGPIOModeSet),​ you can operate by changing just SPI interface PIN setting in each MCUs or EVB-boards. **Cox-Peripheral interface** is Common Wrapper Interface to port peripheral easily which is different in each vendors. If SPI is designed by Cox-Peripheral Interface starting as x(e.g. xGPIOModeSet),​ you can operate by changing just SPI interface PIN setting in each MCUs or EVB-boards.
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-## Cookie board ## +===== Cookie board ===== 
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 Cookie is an open-source Arduino™ form-factor compatible ARM prototyping platform based on 32-bit ARM Cortex M0/3/4 MCUs plus hardware and software building blocks. Cookie is an open-source Arduino™ form-factor compatible ARM prototyping platform based on 32-bit ARM Cortex M0/3/4 MCUs plus hardware and software building blocks.
  
-![](:​cookie:​cookie_numicro_v1_s.png)+![](lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=:​cookie:​cookie_numicro_v1_s.png)
  
 [Learn more](http://​www.coocox.org/​Cookie.html) [Learn more](http://​www.coocox.org/​Cookie.html)
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