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Import LPCopen project to GNU Eclipse

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ramazan_kurban3
Contributor III

I use LPC1769 on GNU Eclipse. There are many examples for LPCExpresso. How can I import project in LPCopen to Eclipse ? 

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ramazan_kurban3
Contributor III

Is there any limitation ? Is it free complately ? Do I need purchase any license ?

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soledad
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi, 

MCUxpreeso is free and it has no code size limit restriction for debugging.

LPCOpen packages that are already available continue to be maintained, and can be used with MCUXpresso IDE. 

You can download MCUXpresso from the following link: 

MCUXpresso IDE|Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) | NXP 

I hope this helps, 

Have a nice day!

Regards

Soledad

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BlackNight
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

I suggest that you use the MCUXpresso IDE which has replaced the legacy LPCXpresso IDE.

Erich