This guide was written last year about a month after the release of the Mars Platform for Eclipse, but should be relevant at least through the release of Neon later this year, and likely beyond. Either way it’s a good place for Eclipse developers to begin if you’re working with the nRF51822 in OS X.
The goal of this post is to document “best practices” in setting up nRF51822 projects in Eclipse. Through many (many) attempts, I was able to successfully build projects based on starting with an example project from the nRF51 SDK.
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