Lauterbach TRACE32® PowerTools validation with Code Confidence(TM) Tools for eCos®
Based on the award-winning Eclipse(TM) Platform and C/C++ Development Tooling (CDT), the Code Confidence Tools provide a fully-integrated development environment for eCos application development. Product features include project creation wizards, an advanced configuration editor, C/C++ editor integration, performance-optimized GNU toolchains and kernel-aware debug views which simplify and accelerate eCos application debugging.
In co-operation with TRACE32® debugging hardware, developers are able to inspect the lowest layers of application software, kernel and hardware using TRACE32® presentation elements while controlling execution from the Eclipse Debug perspective. Application analysis capabilities include non-invasive code coverage, eCos thread stack coverage and statistical profiling. Real-time trace and performance analysis features are also available (subject to hardware).
"We are delighted to partner with Lauterbach in delivering the power of real-time trace alongside the most intuitive and productive environment for eCos application development." commented John Dallaway, Director at Code Confidence.
"Lauterbach is excited to enter a partnership with Code Confidence. The combination of TRACE32 and the Code Confidence Tools provides a very comprehensive development environment for eCos applications. Our customers will benefit from the expertise of both companies." said Rudi Dienstbeck of Lauterbach.
For further details of the Code Confidence Tools for eCos, visit the Code Confidence website: http://www.codeconfidence.com/tools
For further details of the Lauterbach TRACE32® debugging tools, visit the Lauterbach website: http://www.lauterbach.com
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