SIGNUM SYSTEMS INTEGRATES WITH CODESOURCERY G++ IDE
CodeSourcery GNU compilers and Eclipse IDE now compatible
with Signum’s JTAGjet™ emulators.
San Jose, Calif. –
April 27, 2010 – Embedded Systems Conference – Signum Systems Corporation
announced today a new compiler and debugging environment for users of their
JTAGjet emulators. Driven by the increased popularity of the ARM processors and
a need for lower-cost, professional grade tools, Signum’s JTAGjet
emulators are now compatible with CodeSourcery’s Sourcery G++™, a high
value professional software development tool suite for embedded C and C++
developers. JTAGjet together with Sourcery G++ provides a complete and versatile
set of software and hardware tools for any ARM™ based embedded development
Current CodeSourcery users will gain the added advantages of emulation support
for high-end processors like ARM11™, MPCore™, Cortex™-A8 and Cortex™-A9
including Freescale’s i.MX and Texas Instruments Sitara™, DaVinci™, OMAP™ 3 and
OMAP-DM processor families. JTAGjet emulators also provide extremely fast,
on-chip and off-chip Flash programming, ETM and ETB application tracing and an
excellent Chameleon Debugger™ for "bare-metal" systems as well as embedded Linux
Signum’s JTAGjet emulators used with Sourcery G++ will benefit from Eclipse
based IDE, project management, better optimized GNU C and C++ compilers,
powerful inline assembly, an extensive list of predefined processors, and
improved reliability. The Eclipse IDE provides a fully visual environment for
developing applications, including an automated project builder,
syntax-highlighting editor, and a graphical debugging interface. An instruction
set simulator is also included.
Signum Systems and CodeSourcery are committed to the highest standards of
customer service. JTAGjet and Sourcery G++ Professional and Standard Editions
include direct access to their expert developers eliminating any tool related
frustrations and improving the time to market.
About Signum Systems Corp.
Signum Systems (est. 1979) supplies full-featured JTAG-based emulators,
In-Circuit Emulators (ICE), debuggers and C compilers to developers of
microcontroller, microprocessor, RISC and DSP-based systems. Supported devices
include all ARM processor architectures: ARM7, 9, 11, Cortex-M0, M2, M3, R4, A8,
A9 and MPCore. Signum also supports all Texas Instruments DSP processor
architectures. Signum emulators and debuggers are sold worldwide and are
designed and manufactured entirely in the USA (Camarillo, California). For more
information about Signum Systems and its development solutions, visit
CodeSourcery builds software tools that enable its customers to get the most out
of hardware platforms ranging from embedded devices to supercomputers. Its
products and services deliver on the promise of open-source software and open
standards. CodeSourcery is a privately held company headquartered in Granite
Bay, California. For more information about CodeSourcery, call (650) 331-3385 or
contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Sourcery G++ or to
download a free 30-day evaluation copy, visit
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JTAGjet, Chameleon Debugger are
trademarks of Signum Systems. CodeSourcery and Sourcery G++ are trademarks of
CodeSourcery. ARM, Cortex, MPCore are trademarks of ARM Ltd. OMAP, Sitara,
DaVinci are trademarks of Texas Instruments. All other trademarks are the
property of their respective owners.
Posted 27 April 2010 5:00 AM by Embedded Systems Conference, EE Times Group.
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