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GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain

Pre-built GNU bare-metal toolchain for 32-bit Arm processors

The GNU Arm Embedded toolchain contains integrated and validated packages featuring the GCC compiler, libraries, and other tools necessary for bare-metal software development. These toolchains target devices that are based on 32-bit Arm Cortex-A, Cortex-R and Cortex-M processors.

The toolchains are available for cross-compilation on Microsoft Windows (x86 32/64bit), Linux (x86_64 and 64-bit Arm), and Mac OS X host operating systems.

These toolchains are based on the Free Software Foundation (FSF) GNU open source tools and newlib.

These toolchains support the following processors:

Cortex-M0Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M1Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4Cortex-M7, Cortex-M23, Cortex-M33, Cortex-M55Cortex-R4, Cortex-R5Cortex-R7, Cortex-R8Cortex-R52, Cortex-A5, Cortex-A7Cortex-A8Cortex-A9Cortex-A15Cortex-A17Cortex-A32Cortex-A35Cortex-A53Cortex-A55Cortex-A57Cortex-A72Cortex-A73Cortex-A75, and Cortex-A76.

GNU C/C++ Compiler

You can find the sources to Arm Embedded GCC at git:// All contributions are made to trunk. Patches are cherry-picked as needed to the Arm embedded branches.


You can find the sources to Arm Embedded Binutils at git:// All embedded branches are under users/ARM/embedded-binutils-[version]-branch. Contribution is similar to GCC.


You can find the sources to Arm Embedded Binutils at git:// All embedded branches are at users/ARM/embedded-gdb-[version]-branch. You can contribute in the same way that you contrinbute to GCC.


You can find the sources at git:// We contribute to master, and the toolchain is based on master branch.