I'm trying to find a way to install the RX Compiler on my Ubuntu machine. I couldnt find any direct support for the RX family on the official download pages, nor any packages provides by docker or similar. Therefor I wanted to ask if there is any way to get access to the compiler alone without the need to install the IDE.
Thank you for your help, it is very appreciated.
Hey, It seems that no RX compiler is available that is compatible with Ubuntu. However, let me confirm and reach out with our internal experts and get back to you.Regards,JefIf this response, or one provided by another user, answers your question, please verify the answer. Thank you!Renesas Engineering Community Moderatorshttps://community.renesas.com/https://academy.renesas.com/en-support.renesas.com/.../
GCC would be a Linux compiler option for RX, other than that you would need to run something like CC-RX under WINE on Linux, which should be pretty straightforward for a console application such as the compiler / assembler / linker.
E2studio would be a Linux option for debugging.