In order to use goanna with Atollic TrueSTUDIO you will need

 

Atollic TrueSTUDIO is based on Eclipse and is 100% compatible with third-party Eclipse plug-ins. Atollic, however, has disabled the Help>>Install New Software… menu item in TrueSTUDIO, requiring you to go outside the TrueSTUDIO IDE in order to install and upgrade them.

 

The steps to install are as follows:

STEP 1. Browse to the location where you downloaded the goanna Studio for Eclipse installation file goanna-eclipse-release-2.9.0.jar in Windows Explorer.
STEP 2. Right click on goanna-eclipse-release-2.9.0.jar, and click Rename.


STEP 3. Change the .jar extension to .zip. Hit Enter to confirm


STEP 4. Double click on the newly renamed ZIP file.


STEP 5. Click Extract all files.


STEP 6. Select C:\Program Files\Atollic\TrueSTUDIO for ARM Lite 3.1.0\ide and click Extract.

For information about enabling your goanna license, consult the User Guide.

Configuring goanna for the Atollic Compiler

goanna Studio 2.9.0 automatically detects the Compiler tool chain used by your project (MinGW GCC), and configures itself accordingly.

Likewise, if you change any Compiler options in your project (such as Target processor, Include Options, or Predefined Symbols), goanna Studio will automatically reconfigure itself to take into account the changes.

To see goanna’s compiler settings, select the goanna menu and click Project Properties….

To auto-detect your compiler tool chain, check Auto-Detect.

If auto-detection finds a different tool chain and compiler executables from what you expected, or if you wish to analyse your project under a different configuration from your build, you can uncheck Auto-Detect and change the Toolchain, C compiler executable, and C++ compiler executable to anything you like.