What can you do with Sourcery CodeBench Lite?
Sourcery CodeBench goes beyond just the compiler to provide developers with powerful open source, embedded C/C++ development tools to build, debug, analyze and optimize embedded software in complex heterogeneous architectures including Arm, IA32, MIPS and Power Architectures.
Is the Siemens CodeBench Lite Edition open source?
Toolchain specific open source licensing details are covered in the Getting Started Guide packaged with each toolchain. In compliance with the terms of the open source licenses governing the use of CodeBench Lite Edition toolchain software, Siemens provides source code packages for each toolchain that are downloadable along with the toolchain.
What can I do with CodeScape MIPS SDK?
Codescape MIPS SDK is a highly integrated suite of tools to facilitate silicon bring-up, debug, and development of bare metal and GNU Linux applications on MIPS simulators and development boards.
How to use mipsfpga on 32-bit Windows?
In order to use MIPSfpga or MIPSfpga+ on a workstation with 32-bit Windows, it is necessary to use Mentor Sourcery CodeBench Lite Edition for MIPS ELF instead of Imagination Codescape MIPS SDK Essentials. This requires some minimal modifications of certain scripts (changing the program name prefixes).
Is the source code for CodeSourcery Lite available?
The CodeSourcery Lite toolchains have been renamed Sourcery CodeBench Lite as you’ve noticed. Most of them were recently updated to gcc 4.6 this month. We’ve also expanded devices support as well. Full source code to the Lite releases is available as it always has been.
Where can I get GCC Lite for arm?
Notes: The current viable place to get gcc for ARM seems to be from Linaro It seems that Sourcery CodeBench Lite for ARM is no longer available. Mentor Graphics appears to produce a Lite toolchain for other processors, but not for ARM. They now direct you to obtain a trial of their commercial toolchain for the ARM processors.