IAR 构建工具(RL78)

我们在 IAR Embedded Workbench for Renesas RL78 中专业构建工具产品有一个支持 Linux 的版本。这些工具提供领先的代码质量、出色的代码尺寸和速度优化以及快速的构建时间。




构建工具包括 IAR C/C++ 编译器、IAR 汇编器、链接器和命令行构建工具 IARBuild,支持在基于 Linux 的框架中实现自动化应用构建和测试流程。构建工具可以实现汽车应用关键软件构建和测试的大规模部署。






具有领先优化技术的全套构建工具,用于创建紧凑且节能的系统。IAR 构建工具和 IAR Embedded Workbench for Renesas RL78 生成的代码非常紧凑,平均比 Renesas CCRH 少 28% 左右的代码。



支持用于 CI/CD 管道的现代化可扩展的构建服务器拓扑结构,包括虚拟机、容器 (Docker) 和自我托管的运行器。



购买 IAR 构建工具(RL78)后,您可以通过我们的 IAR Academy on Demand (AoD)产品获得免费培训课程。


由 IAR 构建工具赋能支持




构建服务器和构建场需要灵活和高性能的环境。通过使用我们的构建工具,您能够在跨平台环境中原生地使用持续集成 (CI) 和持续交付 (CD),或者在高性能的虚拟机或容器使用。这使您能够专注于源代码,而不必担心耗时的手动任务,同时错误也会被自动捕获。



Latest version: 5.10.3

  • The Renesas RL78/G24 Flexible Application Accelerator (FAA) co-processor is supported
    • The Renesas FAA assembler is incorporated in the IAR Embedded Workbench
    • FAA assembler-generated output is linked with the IAR linker
  • Improved compliance with the CC-RL ABI specification

    Additional standard library functions and runtime routines have been implemented.

  • Program corrections

    Errors have been corrected in the compiler, linker, and in IAR C-STAT.

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Version 5.10

  • Library support for the C++17 language standard
    The toolset includes a new C++ library that supports C++17 library features. 
  • Additional GNU C language extensions

    The IAR C/C++ Compiler supports a number of new GCC-style operators, attributes and expressions in extended language mode. 

  • Iarbuild enhancements
    The iarbuild command line build utility now supports:
    • Generating a Ninja build file based on the IAR Embedded Workbench project format
    • Generating a JSON description of the Embedded Workbench project
    • More C-STAT reporting and configuration methods
  • C-STAT enhancements
    • MISRA C:2012 Amendment 1
      The static analysis tool C-STAT has extended its coverage of the MISRA C:2012 Coding Standard and now fully supports MISRA C:2012 Amendment 1. This amendment adds 14 additional rules to MISRA C:2012 with a focus on security concerns highlighted by the ISO C Secure Guidelines. Several of these address specific issues pertaining to the use of untrustworthy data, a well-known security vulnerability.
    • MISRA C:2012 Amendment 2

      The static analysis tool C-STAT has extended its coverage of the MISRA C:2012 Coding Standard and now fully supports MISRA C:2012 Amendment 2. This Amendment adds two additional rules to MISRA C:2012 and introduces support for ISO/IEC 9899:2011, commonly referred to as "C11".

    • Improved performance
      Depending on the project, the analysis can be up to 40% faster and memory consumption reduced by up to 20%, compared to the previous version of C-STAT.
  • Updated device support

    The device support files have been updated to the most recent version from Renesas.

  • Updated user documentation

    The C/C++ Development Guide has been updated to reflect the product changes.

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Version: 4.21

  • IAR Build Tools for Linux

    This new product is called IAR Build Tools for Renesas RL78 and requires a separate product license. It is distributed as a Debian package for Ubuntu containing the IAR C/C++ Compiler, IAR Assembler, Linker and library tools, C-STAT, IARBuild, and runtime libraries.

  • RL78/G23 microcontroller group support

    The RL78/G23 group of microcontrollers is now supported.

  • C-STAT enhancements

    The static analysis tool C-STAT has extended its coverage of the SEI CERT C Coding Standard. The SEI CERT C Coding Standard's goal is to provide rules for developing safe, reliable, and secure systems in the C programming language, with support for C11 constructs. C-STAT covers all rules in the different CERT C sections listed on the CERT C wiki as of January 2020, with the exception of the API, CON, POS, and WIN sections, which are not applicable to IAR Systems products, yielding a total of 90 covered rules.

  • Link analysis trace information

    The link analysis messages now display trace information when relevant. For checks looking for conflicting symbol names, all conflicting declarations are now listed in the trace information instead of each pair of conflicts being described in a separate message. This might lead to fewer reported messages for the same number of found issues.

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Setting up a Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery environment

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  • In this session, you will learn the differences between Docker and virtual machines. Learn what fits best your automated build environment.
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Quick start to Continuous Integration with self-hosted runners

  • In this session, you will learn how self-hosted runners could be used as an alternative in your Continuous Integration environment.
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