GNU MCU Eclipse RISC-V Embedded GCC
GNU MCU Eclipse RISC-V Embedded GCC is a GCC toolchain distribution for RISC-V devices, that complements the official RISC-V distribution, maintained by SiFive.
For main benefits for the users are:
- convenience: binaries for all major platforms are provided (Windows 64/32-bits, GNU/Linux 64/32-bits, macOS);
- uniform and portable install: the toolchain is also available
as a binary xPack, and can be easily installed with
- improved support for Continuous Integration usage: as for any xPack, the toolchain can be easily used in test environments.
Compared to the original RISC-V release, there are no functional changes; the same architecture options are supported, and the same combinations of libraries (derived from newlib) are provided, plus possibly more.
The GNU MCU Eclipse RISC-V Embedded GCC releases generally follow the official RISC-V distribution, maintained by SiFive.
- 7.2.0-3 (20180506)
- 7.2.0-2 (20180111)
- 7.2.0-1 (20171109)
- 7.1.1-2 (20170912)
- 7.1.1-1 (20170702)
The procedure to install GNU MCU Eclipse RISC-V Embedded GCC is platform specific, but relatively straight forward (a .zip archive on Windows, a compressed tar archive on macOS and GNU/Linux).
A portable method is to use
$ xpm install @gnu-mcu-eclipse/riscv-none-gcc --global
More details are available on the How to install the RISC-V toolchain? page.
The build scripts are part of the separate gnu-mcu-eclipse/riscv-none-gcc-build project.
The procedure used to publish the binaries is documented in the separate PUBLISH page.
The metadata files used to publish the xPacks on the
are available from the