Automated cross-platform tools for ARM developers
IAR Systems has launched a series of automated Build Tools for ARM with support for Linux and Windows installations. The launch highlights the same requirements for continuous integration and continuous development (CI/CD) that were part of ARM’s ‘IoT Total Solutions’.
The IAR tools enable large-scale deployments of critical software building and testing with automated application build and test processes.
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Today’s development practices require organizations to have automated processes that ensure quality all the way from development into building and testing, and the IAR Build Tools are able to streamline these processes and make it possible for organizations to optimize resources when it comes to the time developers spend in their projects, as well as to manage software licenses and servers.
The tools can be easily integrated into different build systems, such as CMake or Ninja, and the command line build utility IARBuild streamlines building for easy integration with Continuous Integration engines like Jenkins and Bamboo. With the static analysis tool C-STAT, developers can ensure code quality throughout the development and testing process.
“The use of CI/CD environments is growing among our customers and we now enable them to use IAR Build Tools for Arm in the platform of their choice,” said Anders Holmberg, Chief Technology Offer, IAR Systems. “Many customers already appreciate the efficiency and flexibility achieved by using our build tools for Linux, and by further extending our offering across multiple platforms, we enable even more customers to integrate our powerful tools into their automated build workflows.”
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