Mentor releases nextgen Codebench/Sourcery tools - Embedded.com

Mentor releases nextgen Codebench/Sourcery tools

At the ARM Technical Conference in Santa Clara, Ca., Mentor Graphics released it next generation of Embedded Sourcery CodeBench and Sourcery Analyzer tools for accelerated system debugging.New releases of the free Sourcery CodeBench Lite command-line development tools include enhanced versions of the modern open source components such as GCC 4.7.2 and GDB 7.4.50. The commercially supported Sourcery CodeBench product adds to these powerful tools a comprehensive Integrated Development Environment (IDE), optimized debuggable runtime libraries, flash programming and peripheral register display, among other features. New or enhanced capabilities of the Sourcery CodeBench and Sourcery Analyzer product releases include usability improvements to connect to JTAG and probe devices, select target device configuration, and configure application usage of system libraries. Enhanced static analysis capabilities have been included to pinpoint common C and C++ errors as code is being written and faster debug probe connection to the application for efficient debugging and test.It supports state flow, scatter plot, analog value, and seven other graph types vvImproved system profiling with LTTng 2.0 [Linux Trace Toolkit] support including simultaneous kernel and user space tracing.

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