CodeSourcery is pleased to announce that the Spring 2008 Release of Sourcery G++ for ARM, ColdFire, fido, MIPS, Power Architecture, Stellaris, and x86 processors will be available today! Whatever your target platform, we've added something new to our GNU Toolchain-based C/C++ development environment.
- Sourcery G++ Professional and Personal Editions on all platforms now include Eclipse 3.3 (Europa) and CDT 4.0 with enhancements to the editor, including semantic highlighting, inactive code highlighting, code folding, a configurable code formatter, and smart typing; new code navigation tools; easier project creation; and an improved indexer.
- Sourcery G++ for x86 Windows allows you to use Sourcery G++ to build Windows applications using the same tools you already use to build embedded aplications. Or prototype your embbedded applications in a native Windows environment.
- Sourcery G++ for MIPS ELF is now available as a technology preview. This product targets bare board and/or RTOS systems and complements Sourcery G++ for MIPS GNU/Linux.
- Sourcery G++ for ARM, ColdFire, MIPS, and Power now have a QEMU simulator for running and debugging single-threaded GNU/Linux applications on an x86 GNU/Linux host.
- We've also added a QEMU instruction set simulator to Sourcery G++ for Power EABI for running and debugging applications for bare board systems without target hardware.
- Sourcery G++ now includes a Library Reduction Utility that can be used to reduce the footprint of a GNU/Linux system by excluding library functions not used by any program.
- New Sourcery G++ Sysroot Utilities for GNU/Linux targets simplify use of the Sourcery G++ libraries and dynamic linker when running applications on a target system with an existing GNU/Linux installation.
- Sourcery G++ for ARM optimizes for the new ARM Cortex-A9 and Cortex-R4F processors and now also supports older ARMv4-based processors, such as the Intel StrongARM family
- Sourcery G++ Professional Edition for ARM has additional runtime libraries for EABI (bare board) and GNU/Linux targets:
- VFP-optimized runtime libraries for improved performance on processors with hardware floating-point functionality, such as the ARM Cortex-A8 processor, and
- Big-endian runtime libraries.
- Sourcery G++ for ColdFire has multi-GOT support for GNU/Linux targets and huge-GOT support for uClinux targets, allowing you to build larger applications.
- Sourcery G++ for MIPS offers faster GNU/Linux application performance with the implementation of non-PIC (non-position independent code) code generation. (But shared libraries are still PIC, of course).
- Sourcery G++ for Power features smaller code size when optimizing for size (i.e., when compiling with the -Os option).
- Sourcery G++ for Stellaris includes support for the new Stellaris CPUs announced today by Luminary Micro.
- The command-line debugger for Windows-hosted toolchains now contains improved support for users who prefer Cygwin to the Microsoft command shell.
CodeSourcery will be at the Embedded Systems Conference in Silicon Valley this week. Visit us at Booth #3050 to see a demonstration of these new features!
Even if you can't make it to San Jose, you can download a free 30-day evaluation of Sourcery G++ from CodeSourcery
. With a simplified installation process, upgraded IDE, and more documentation, Sourcery G++ is easier to use than ever!
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