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Introduction to Arm Development Studio

Arm Development Studio is a professional software development solution for bare-metal embedded systems and Linux-based systems. It covers all stages in development from boot code and kernel porting to application and bare-metal debugging, including performance analysis.

It includes:

  • The Arm Compiler 5 and Arm Compiler 6 toolchains.

    These enable you to build embedded and bare-metal embedded applications.

  • Arm Debugger.

    A graphical debugger supporting software development on Arm processor-based targets and Fixed Virtual Platform (FVP) targets.

  • Fixed Virtual Platform (FVP) targets.

    Single and multi-core simulation models for architectures Armv6-M, Armv7-A/R/M and Armv8-A/R/M. These enable you to develop software without any hardware.

  • Streamline.

    A graphical performance analysis tool that enables you to transform sampling data and system trace into reports that present data in both visual and statistical forms.

  • Mali Graphics Debugger.

    The Mali Graphics Debugger allows graphics developers to trace OpenGL ES, Vulkan and OpenCL API calls in their applications.

  • Dedicated examples, applications, and supporting documentation to help you get started with using Development Studio tools.

Some third-party compilers are compatible with Development Studio. For example, the GNU Compiler tools enable you to compile bare-metal, Linux kernel, and Linux applications for Arm targets.

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