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I also would like some more info about this but I did managed to figure out that you can use the command line tools on OS X with 3.5.2.
Just type something like "./make snip.nfc.tag_reader-BCM943341WCD1 download run" in the
make is an executable in the sdk root folder
snip.nfc.tag_reader is the folder where the code is located, you can replace this to any example or your own code
BCM943341WCD1 is the target platform
"download run" will flash the code onto your broadcom chip and run it.
Listen to the serial port with a baudrate of 115200 to se the output from the device.
This is about as much as I have managed to figure out.
Thank you for your helpful comment.
But I'd like to know whether GUI environment will be released.
So I'll keep this thread open and wait for answer from Broadcom.
I am not aware of a OSX version of SDK 3.5.2 installer that is being planned.
Please used the method proposed to upgrade your OSX base install with the latest version as that should work per the instructions here: How to import a WICED SDK into an existing WICED Eclipse IDE (2)
So Do you mean SDK3.1.2 is the latest version of GUI on OS X for now?
What I'm asking is which version GUI needs to be based on before importing SDK3.5.2.
v3.1.2 appears to be the last version that supported an installer process on Mac/OSX
For versions after that one, newer updates will need to be applied manually. I don't think this process is dependent upon which version of the Eclipse GUI was used as others have taken this path in the past.