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Wind River Workbench is a fully integrated end-to-end, open-standards-based collection of tools for device software design, development, debugging, testing, and management for Wind River VxWorks and Wind River Linux. Workbench 3.2 provides enhanced support for multicore development and provides the foundation for Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.2. Workbench 3.2 is based on the open industry-standard Eclipse 3.5 development environment, which enables integration with a multitude of third-party and in-house-developed tools. In 2008, Wind River Workbench was awarded Best Commercial Eclipse-Based Developer Tool by the Eclipse Foundation.
Reduce time-to-market with Wind River's line of JTAG-based products that simplify, streamline, and speed the debugging process across a wide range of single core, multicore, and multichip configurations. Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.2 extends support for devices from leading semiconductor suppliers, offering more choice for developers building automotive powertrain controllers, high-performance networking devices, battery-powered mobile devices, wireless infrastructure, in-car entertainment systems, and more.
Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.2 powers Wind River's JTAG debug units: the high-performance, multicore-capable Wind River ICE 2 and the entry-level USB-powered Wind River Probe. New support is enabled for Cavium Networks ECONA line of ARM-based processors, Freescale's i.MX25 and i.MX51 multimedia application processors, Freescale's QorIQ P4080 and QorIQ P2010 communications processors, additional processors within Freescale's line of MPC85xx and MPC86xx communications processors, Intel Atom 330 and Intel Xeon x55xx processors, Power Architecture e200-based automotive controllers from STMicroelectronics (SPC560) and Freescale (MPC56xx), and additional processors from RMI and Wintegra. Visit the Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging product page or download the product note for more information.
The Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging Product Note is a (number of pages) technical deep dive into features and specifications.
Wind River Compiler, formerly known as the Diab Compiler, is an OS-agnostic tool suite that includes a C/C++ compiler, an assembler, a linker, ANSI C and C++ libraries, and an instruction set simulator. It is the most reliable and mature compiler in the industry, with a proven track record for generating compact and highly optimized code for a wide variety of embedded processor architectures. Wind River Compiler has been used in thousands of designs and has generated object code for millions of devices.
Wind River Compiler also provides the control and flexibility required to meet the demands of device software development, allowing developers to incorporate Wind River Compiler into any build environment. The compiler offers numerous options for controlling code generation and optimizing for size or performance. This technology is widely used in the most demanding and mission-critical applications, such as automotive under-the-hood, industrial, and aerospace and defense systems. Visit the Wind River Compiler product page or download the product note for more information.
The Wind River Compiler Product Note is a (number of pages) technical deep dive into features and specifications.
In this video Wind River Development Tools Product Manager Joel Fear demonstrates how Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging can be used to diagnose and debug a complex SMP deadlock.View Video
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