Monheim am Rhein, Germany – January 10h, 2024
SEGGER is excited to announce the new Embedded Studio – V8.10. This cutting-edge, multi-platform IDE now also supports multiple architectures with a single setup. The same software can be used to build and debug programs for both RISC-V and Arm targets.
On all supported platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux) and all supported host CPUs (both Intel and Arm silicon), a single download and install is all that is needed. Developers can create solutions that build, program, and debug multi-architecture devices containing both Arm and RISC-V cores using one instance of the IDE – it simply works!
“The best multi-platform IDE on the market just got even better,” says Dirk Akemann, Marketing Manager at SEGGER. “Our emRun runtime and emFloat floating-point libraries, the smart SEGGER Linker, and the highly optimizing C/C++ SEGGER Compiler work seamlessly to maximize performance and minimize code size. Being our own most demanding customer, we continuously and extensively use, update, and enhance this software in-house. We encourage everyone to try it themselves using our friendly licensing option.”
With SEGGER’s Friendly License, Embedded Studio is available for unlimited evaluation, and for educational and non-commercial purposes, free of charge, with no restrictions in terms of code size, features or duration of use.
Other enhancements include new mechanisms for code completion, context-sensitive suggestions, and diagnostics. Tool tips provide context-sensitive details about every part of the code. Warnings, errors, and diagnostics are available while writing code, without having to wait for the project to build.
Embedded Studio has direct integration for J-Link. It also supports virtually any debug probe through its GDB Server protocol integration. Additionally, direct integration for ST-Link is now included.
While J-Link debug probes provide unparalleled debug performance, an extensive feature set, and support for thousands of devices, the native integration of ST-Link makes it easy to get embedded development started on commonly used ST evaluation boards.