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IAR C/C++ Compilers and Debuggers Overview

IAR Embedded Workbench is a set of development tools for building and debugging embedded applications using assembler, C and C++.

IAR Embedded Workbench provides a completely integrated development environment including a project manager, editor, build tools and debugger. In a continuous workflow, you can create source files and projects, build applications and debug them in a simulator or on hardware.

Processor support

  • Intel - 8051
  • ARM / Cortex-M / Cortex-A / Cortex-R
  • Atmel - AVR / AVR32
  • Freescale - S08 / HCS12 / ColdFire
  • Maxim - MAXQ
  • National - CR16C
  • Renesas - H8 / M16C / R8C / M32C / R32C / SuperH / 78K / V850 / RL78 / RX / RH850
  • Zilog SAM8
  • ST - STM8
  • TI Chipcon - Zigbee / Bluetooth
  • TI MSP430



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Processor Specific Support / IAR C/C++ Compiler / IAR AssemblerIAR Linker / IAR XLINK Linker  / C-Spy Debugger / RTOS Support / Libraries  /  Language & Standards  /  Validation  /  Support  /  System Requirements


Benefits

IAR Embedded Workbench offers the same intuitive user interface regardless of which microcontroller you have chosen to work with—coupled with general and target-specific support for each device.

Every IAR C/C++ Compiler contains both generic global optimizations as well as low-level chip-specific optimizations that ensure a small code size while taking advantage of all the specific features of your selected device.

Reuse of code and migration to new microcontroller architectures is made easy as each IAR C/C++ Compiler uses the same naming convention.

Whether you have a tight project schedule or are just eager to get started, IAR Embedded Workbench contains configuration files, code examples and template projects to get you going fast.


 

Integrated Development Environment

  • Project management allowing multiple projects in one workspace
  • Highly optimizing C and C++ compiler (*)
  • Configuration files for all supported devices
  • C-SPY simulator and hardware debugger systems
  • Support for RTOS-aware debugging on hardware
  • Run-time libraries
  • Relocating assembler
  • Linker and librarian tools
  • Ready-made code and project examples for supported evaluation boards
  • User and reference guides in PDF format
  • Context-sensitive online help
  • Hierarchical project presentation
  • Dockable windows and floating windows management with multiple views
  • Source browser
  • Library tools included for creating and maintaining libraries
  • Integration with Subversion and other source code control systems
  • Source code editor
  • Code templates for commonly used code constructs
  • Command line build utility
  • Build integration with IAR visualSTATE

  • Processor-specific support

  • Flexible memory handling allows detailed control of code and data placement
  • Ready-made C/C++ and assembler peripheral register definition files
  • Multiple code and data models (where applicable)
  • Extensive set of language features for PROMable embedded code, including memory keywords, intrinsic functions, interrupt functions, memory-mapped I/O ports, etc.


  • IAR C/C++ Compiler

  • Support for C, Embedded C++ and C++
  • Advanced global and processor-specific optimizations for speed and memory footprint
  • Extended keywords for defining data/functions and declaring memory and type attributes
  • Pragma directives for controlling compiler behavior such as memory allocation
  • Intrinsic functions for direct access from C code to low-level processor operations
  • Full support for memory attributes in C++ (*)
  • Support for interrupt and exception handling in C and C++ (*)
  • Multi-file compilation support for even better code optimization
  • Automatic selection of smallest printf/scanf formatter
  • Position Independent Code and Data (PIC/PID)
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    IAR Assembler

  • A powerful relocating macro assembler with a versatile set of directives and operators
  • Built-in language preprocessor, accepting all C macro definitions
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    IAR Linker / IAR XLINK Linker

  • Complete linking, relocation and format generation to produce FLASH/PROMable code
  • Flexible memory handling allows detailed control of code and data placement
  • Optimized linking removing unused code and data
  • Application-wide type checking of C/C++ variables and functions at link time
  • Comprehensive cross-reference and dependancy memoory maps
  • Optional flexible checksum generation for image runtime verification
  • Automatic placement of code and data in non-contiguous memory regions
  • Direct linking of rae binary images, for instance multimedia files


  • C-SPY Debugger

  • Fully integrated debugger for source and disassembly level debugging
  • Very fine granularity execution control (function call-level stepping)
  • Complex code and data breakpoints
  • Versatile monitoring of data
  • STL container awareness
  • C/C++ call stack window that also shows the function to be entered; double click on any function in call chain updates the editor, Locals, Register, Watch and Disassembly windows to display the state of of that particular function at the time of call
  • Trace utility to examine execution history; moving around in the Trace window updates the editor and Disassembly windows to show the appropriate location
  • Terminal I/O emulation
  • Interrupt and I/O simulation
  • C-like macro system to extend debugger functionality
  • Application program system calls emulated by the host
  • Code Coverage and Profiling performance analysis tools
  • Generic flash loader
  • Stack usage analysis to calculate worst case maximum stack depth
  • Stack window to monitor the memory consumption and integrity of the stack
  • Symbolic memory window and static watch window
  • Timeline window allows graphically correlated visulization of the call stack, interrupt logs, data logs, power samples and user-defined events plotted against time
  • Complete support for stack unwinding even at high optimization levels
  • Extensive target system support
  • User selectable breakpoint types (hardware/software)
  • Debugging of several independently built images during one debug session

  • RTOS support

  • AVIX
  • CMX-RTX
  • CMX-Tiny+
  • Enea OSE
  • e-Force µC3/Compact
  • eSysTech X Realtime Kernel
  • eTaskSync
  • Express Logic ThreadX
  • FreeRTOS, OpenRTOS, SafeRTOS
  • Freescale MQX
  • Micrium µC/OS-III and µC/OS-II
  • Micro Digital SMX RTOS
  • NORTi MiSPO
  • OSEK Run Time Interface (ORTI)
  • Quadros RTXC
  • Sciopta
  • Segger embOS
  • TI-RTOS
  • Unicoi Fusion

  • Libraries and library tools

  • All required ISO/ANSI C and C++ libraries and source included
  • All low-level routines such as writechar and readchar provided in full source code
  • Lightweight runtime library, user-configurable to match the needs of the application; full source included
  • Library tools for creating and maintaining library projects, libraries and library modules
  • Listings of entry points and symbolic information

  • Language and standards

  • The C programming language as standardized by ISO/ANSI C94 with selected features from C99
  • Embedded C++ extended with templates, namespaces, virtual and multiple inheritance and other C++ features that do not cause an overhead in size or speed.
  • Full Embedded C++ library containing string, streams etc., as well as the Standard Template Library (STL)
  • IEEE-754 floating-point arithmetic
  • MISRA C checker for code quality control
  • Supports a wide range of industry-standard debug and image formats, compatible with most popular debuggers and emulators, including ELF/DWARF where applicable



    Compiler Validation

IAR Systems uses the following commercial test suites to test conformance of tools to the standards:

  • Plum Hall Validation test suite for ISO/IEC C conformance
  • Perennial EC++VS (Embedded C++ validation suite) for Embedded C++ conformance
  • Dinkum C++ Proofer to test how libraries conform to the C and Embedded C++ standard as well as test STL implementation against the C++ standard.

In addition to the commercial suites IAR use several in-house test suites for testing new features, regression testing, corrected errors, etc.

    User assistance

  • Excellent first-line support by local INDES-IDS engineer
  • Ready-made sample projects and project templates
  • Context-sensitive online help with library function lookup
  • Printed user guides with extensive step-by-step tutorials
  • User friendly, detailed, and precise error messages and warnings
  • User documentation and the GUI are available in English
  • System requirements

    To install and run the IAR Embedded Workbench, you need the following:

  • A PC with Microsoft Windows XP(SP3), Vista(SP2), Windows 7 or Windows 8 (32-bit & 64-bit)
  • A Pentium processor with at least 1 Gbyte of RAM and 2 Gbytes of free disk space
  • Internet Explorer 7 or higher
  • Adobe® Reader® to access the product documentation

 

 

 

   

 
 

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