Eclipse itself would run as long as you have a JVM
The SDK itself does not rely on any x86 specific features for the most part
The only changes needed would be to modify the tool chain from cross compile to native compile. So having a native gcc, make etc as well as native gdb would do the trick. OpenOCD would also be needed to have download/jtag support (everything under the ARM_GNU directory as well as the openOCD bin would need to be native
And perhaps modify the makefiles to accommodate this if there are any corner issues
This has of course never been tested, so if you do get it running, please let us know how it goes
I think something like the Raspberry PI rev3 should be a good platform for this if that is what you are attempting.
I am using a Murata Type ZX with an Atmel MPU running Linux. I know WICED SDK support Type ZX since it is pretty much BCM43662. However, I cannot get rid of Linux on my host MPU since the product has a lot of dependent code written. If I can replace RTOS hooks with Linux pthread calls and port the platform dependent calls to Linux, may be WICED SDK app can be compiled to an executable for Linux? Is there a solution for this already?
Please look at the muRata forums where there is support for the Linux drivers. You can also check with your muRata support folks. You don't need WICED for this. Standard Linux tools with standard Linux drivers would suffice