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toolchain

A set of software utilities used to perform an operation. For example, in program development, the toolchain to turn source code into a working machine language program includes a compiler, assembler, linker and debugger.
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IAR Embedded Workbench is a leading development toolchain for Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers.
The HMI is based on the Kanzi(R) UI development toolchain, designed by Rightware, which facilitates development of custom shaders for Velar graphic effects in support of a wide range of brand themes, navigation and off-road features, as well as album art for music played.
The company based its decision on the strength of Checkmarx's features, such as the incremental scan, the seamless integration with DevOps toolchain, and the flexibility and accuracy delivered through customizable code analysis queries.
Before installing the toolchain, make sure you have at least 140 Mb free space on your disk.
Yariv Tabac, CEO of DBmaestro said, "I believe that being named as a prominent DevOps vendor by Tecnavio underscores how our DevOps for database solution is essential part of the DevOps toolchain.
40 of the complete and high-performance toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench for RL78, support for the C++ feature multiple inheritance is added.
The company has used the open source Apache Cordova toolchain to develop a compatibility layer that allows programmer to wrap their apps in a native app shell and distribute the app on the App and Google Play stores, the Verge reported.
Based on the Renesas Promotion Board (RPB), IAR KickStart Kit for RX111 includes evaluation versions of the world- leading embedded development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench for RX.
The kits include a size-limited license of the powerful toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench and can be used with IAR Systems' in-circuit debugging probe l-jet as well as other JTAG probes, and are also available in versions including an IAR J-Link Lite USB-JTAG/SWD debug probe.
Qualified companies can accelerate their embedded system development with software provided at no cost, including the Nucleus Real Time Operating System (RTOS), the popular Sourcery CodeBench GNU toolchain, and now, 32-bit RISC ARM-based board support packages (BSP) for NXP's LPC family of microcontrollers.
The company said that the Nucleus Innovate Program is suitable for businesses with under USD1m in annual revenue and qualified companies can quickly develop their embedded system with software provided at no cost such as the Nucleus Real Time Operating System (RTOS), the Sourcery CodeBench GNU toolchain and now 32-bit RISC ARM-based board support packages (BSP) for NXP's LPC family of microcontrollers.
The embedded components of UMICOS Catapult include a real time kernel, USB stack, graphics, networking, storage subsystem and more, while the PC components feature a heavily customized Eclipse-based IDE, a GCC-based toolchain, project configuration tools and system monitoring facilities.