ARM announced the latest release of its reference software development tool suite, ARM Development Studio 5 (DS-5 version 5.26). It’s DS-5 release time, and this release packs a bunch of new functionality and improvements.
DS-5 is an end-to-end suite of tools for embedded C/C++ software development on any ARM-based SoC. DS-5 provides comprehensive support for SoC design and bring-up. DS-5 accelerates software development by providing a well integrated, validated and supported toolchain, covering all development stages, from bring-up to profiling. The DS-5 toolchain includes intuitive, easy to use graphical interfaces that provide all the information required to debug and optimize your software.
What's new in version 5.26.0:
- Cortex-M23, Cortex-M33 and Cortex-R52 support.
- Mali-G71 support.
- Improved MMU handling during debug of Linux startup code.
- Added CMM script import support.
- Streamline now supports baremetal targets.
- Extended Vulkan support in Mali Graphics Debugger.
This is a summary of the new features and other major changes in this release: HERE
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