Atollic TrueSTUDIO adds support for NXP microcontrollers

Commenting Gene Carter, International Product Manager, Business Line Microcontrollers, NXP Semiconductors said, “Atollic continues to deliver full-featured development tools and their highly integrated tools complement the features in our LPC1000 microcontroller product range, and our close working relationship with them secures the early addition of target support as new devices become available.”

The new version of Atollic TrueSTUDIO (v3.0) is based on the latest ECLIPSE platform (Indigo), and provides a large number of improvements in the underlying IDE framework.

Atollic have improved the user experience, and the new TrueSTUDIO v3.0 has a redesigned and more intuitive GUI that removes some of the Eclipse interface peculiarities that often confused new users with experience from traditional embedded C/C++ development tools.

Other new features of TrueSTUDIO v3.0 includes graphical charts for execution time analysis using statistical profiling, and improved real-time interrupt tracing, enabled by the ARM Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) interface.

TrueSTUDIO v3.0 also includes the latest version of the GNU C/C++ toolchain for ARM, comprising improved versions of the GNU compiler and runtime libraries, debugger and other command line utilities.

In addition to the new NXP support, other recent additions in terms of microcontroller target support include Infineon® XMC4000 (Cortex-M4) and Energy® Micro EFM32 (Cortex-M3).


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