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Dev't tools offer improvement for ST's STM8 tools

Posted: 18 Mar 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:licence management system? embedded? debugging?

IAR Systems has announced the version 1.40 of IAR Embedded Workbench for STM8 that offers support for additional devices and a debugging guide. The development tools claim to deliver new features such as a text editor and source browser, integration with the version control system Subversion and new licence management features, said the firm.

The text editor is said to offer time-saving functionality such as code completion, parameter hints, code folding, block select and indent, bracket matching, zooming and word/paragraph navigation. The source browser simplifies project navigation, for example through functionality for going directly to a selected declaration, or finding all references to a selected symbol, added IAR Systems.

A C-SPY Debugging Guide describes all you need to know on how to debug using the C-SPY Simulator and the C-SPY Hardware Debugger drivers for ST-LINK and STice. The release also includes major improvements to the hardware driver for ST-LINK, ensuring debugging stability.

The complete development tool suite IAR Embedded Workbench is available for developing embedded applications based on 8, 16, and 32bit MCUs. Migration between targets is made easy through the tools' support for more than 20 architectures in a common feature-rich platform with generic components. Transfer between different variants of IAR Embedded Workbench is further simplified through IAR Systems' licence management system (LMS) that uses a single installer concept. The LMS adds features that include commuter licence, automatic licence activation and support for virtual servers, the company added.

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