IAR Systems offers simplified workflows through updated tools for Linux
Stockholm, Sweden—September 2, 2020—IAR Systems announces an update of its build tools supporting implementation in Linux-based frameworks for automated application build and test processes. The latest version adds functionality for streamlined workflows from the developer environment to continuous integration. In addition, the tools now support the static code analysis tool C-STAT, enabling code quality control from development to building and testing processes.
As the complexity of embedded systems continues to grow, today’s software development environments needs to be scalable and flexible. IAR Systems build tools for Linux streamlines the building and testing processes, making organizations able to optimize resources, both when it comes to the time developers spend in their projects, as well as how to manage and utilize licenses and servers in an optimal way.
“This latest version of our build tools for Linux enable our customers to make their testing and building processes more efficient as well as achieve code quality all the way,” said Anders Holmberg, General Manager Embedded Development Tools, IAR Systems. ““IAR Embedded Workbench and IAR Build Tools improves performance and ease of use for more efficient workflows. Our broad offering enables companies to standardize on our tools and gain flexible workflows, and through this enhance productivity and collaboration between different teams in the organization.”
Many server environments are built on the operating system Linux. IAR Embedded Workbench is a complete development toolchain aiding companies in programming of processors in embedded systems. A crucial component in the development process is the compiler that translates the code written by users to instructions that a microcontroller can understand and run. IAR Systems’ compiler technology is well-known when it comes to creating code that is compact and efficient. Many companies choose to compile their code in a server environment, often based on Linux. More technical information about IAR Systems’ build tools for Linux is available at www.iar.com/bx.