Further, Timesys TimeStorm expertly handles embedded chores like multithreaded application debugging, kernel configuration, cross-compiling and remote debugging while including support for advanced features like profiling, tracing and memory leak detection.
Timesys started developing TimeStorm when a few select visionary companies wanted to add C/C++ support to the Eclipse platform. As one of the original members of the Eclipse Board of Stewards, we helped drive the creation of Linux application development.
Consequently, Timesys TimeStorm is based on Eclipse technology, with extensions that leverage our 20+ years experience and industry leadership in embedded, open source technology.
C / C++ Development
- Enables seamless management and auto-detection of Timesys Factory-built and Yocto Project SDKs
- Enables easy build and test of your code for multiple platforms using different SDKs
- Enables use of a project wizard to generate buildable sample code for C and C++ programs, including the traditional “Hello World” as well as a multi-threaded example that customers are free to use as a starting point for their project
- Includes fully featured C / C++ code editing tools
- Includes a code editor with syntax highlighting, “smart code navigation” and bookmarks
SDK & Toolchain Management
- Enables easy management of cross toolchains — automatically detects toolchains using GCC with a cross-compiler prefix
- Includes SDK Manager that recognizes:
- Factory SDKs
- Yocto SDKs — works with SDKs from Timesys Yocto Project Café as well as from other sources including semiconductor and board vendors
- Other SDKs (includes Native SDK)
- Allows manual introduction of additional toolchains
- Integration of SDKs into all aspects of development with the IDE: building, debugging, profiling
- Allows developers to choose or change the SDK used with an application
Linux Kernel Development
- Includes a dedicated wizard to setup a Linux kernel project for development
- Includes Linux kernel configuration tools that enable easy and proper configuration of the kernel
- Enables debugging of the Linux kernel via KGDB (no JTAG hardware necessary)
- Enables device driver development
- Includes dedicated wizards and sample code to support easy development of Loadable Kernel Modules (LKM)
- Enables testing through simple LKM deployment to the hardware target
- Supports LKM debugging
- Enables simple and fast downloading, running and debugging on the target
- Supports all-stop and non-stop mode for debugging
- Ability to connect to an already running process for a debug session
- Ability to debug in Code or in Assembler
- Ability to place breakpoints in executables and in libraries (that contain debug symbols)
- Ability to restart a remote debug session with two mouse clicks. Has an option to skip an upload of a binary.
- Supports hardware virtualization for Yocto based SDKs — TimeStorm QEMU launch wizard enables running and testing applications in an emulated environment using QEMU
- Integrates with the Timesys Factory build system via easy-to-use wizard — enabling quick and easy addition of your application into the root filesystem
- Provides integrated functionality for profiling, code coverage analysis, system runtime tracing, and memory leak detection. TimeStorm leverages many of the open source technologies including, OProfile, Valgrind, LTTng etc. while providing proper integration into the development process with the IDE.
- Enables easy management and sharing of project code — by default, TimeStorm includes support for the EGit plugin (for tight integration with the Git version control system)
- Plugins for other SCM systems, such as SVN, are available for users to install
Timesys provide everything needed to generate custom, open, embedded Linux or Android™ platforms for your devices. Timesys’ comprehensive portfolio of offerings enables your development team to customize a solution that meets your unique project requirements and fits within your budget. More details…
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