Segger Embedded Studio: RISC-V edition

November 28, 2017 //By Julien Happich
Segger Embedded Studio: RISC-V edition
Segger Microcontroller announced the RISC-V edition of its multi-platform Embedded Studio integrated development environment (IDE), making it the first professional IDE to support the open source RISC-V CPU architecture.

Embedded Studio for RISC-V comes with the same features and benefits of Embedded Studio for Arm and Cortex-M and makes it painless for users to transition between both architectures. Embedded Studio for RISC-V makes it very easy to evaluate RISC-V.

J-Link combined with Embedded Studio provides an unparalleled debug experience for RISC-V and Arm using capabilities fine-tuned for software development and production: Unlimited breakpoints in flash memory eliminating hardware breakpoint limitations, and the ability to write custom loaders using J-Link's Open Flash Loader to support any type of flash memory storage. Embedded Studio features multiple means of application analysis, such as memory use and stack analysis.

One way to easily experience RISC-V and Embedded Studio is with the Digilent Artix-A7 ARTY development board which has the SiFive E31 Core IP deployed, including integrated flash programming, debugging, and flash breakpoints: It simply works!

Segger Microcontroller -  www.segger.com


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