My question is just as the subject.
Yes and no.
MCUXpresso can handle the Cortex-M4 processors which are in some of our i.MX devices, for these we offer platform support. At the moment this is the case for the Cortex-M4 inside the i.MX 8M. But others will follow.
This includes compiler and debugger support.
MCUXpresso is not able to deal with the Cortex-A processors inside the i.MX devices.
Hi, Fink, thanks for your answer and sorry for late reply. I am using iMX6ULL on my project. So I have to search other IDE for it.
To slightly clarify the previous response - the only iMX parts that the MCUXpresso IDE currently supports is the iMX RT family, (based on the Cortex-M7 cpu).
There are no current plans to support the "traditional" iMX parts based on Cortex-A cpus (or the Cortex-M "slave processors" available on some such parts) .
MCUXpresso IDE Support.
Hi. sorry for late reply. I am using iMX6ULL and am searching an IDE to help development. It seems that MCUXpresso does not support iMX6. Would you like to recommend other tools? Thanks a lot!
Sorry, the MCUXpresso IDE team is not in a position to assist you with this. I would recommend that you ask for suggestions on the i.MX Community
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