I am not sure if anyone here is familiar with Atollic TrueStudio but the compiler is called arm-atollic-eabi-gcc? Is this just a re-named version of arm-none-eabi-gcc?
But I guess you have to ask Atollic to get a definitive answer.
BTW, other commercial compilers seem to be based on GCC as well.
Thanks for the answer. Other compilers may be based on GCC but I guess it's not exactly GCC.
I asked for documentation on their differences because I couldn't get projects to run properly sometimes, particularly with start-up files, and I got a b.s. answer back from them saying they didn't have a document to explain the differences or what I should be looking for and defaulted to "since you're a pro user open a support ticket" - no thanks. Would rather spend my money on software that comes with documents that actually support it rather than white papers bragging about the robustness of software that doesn't work well.
The Eclipse / Workspace stuff made me mental. For GNU/GCC I just use makefiles
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