TrueSTUDIO v.7.1.0 has been released. This release includes Ac6 SW4STM32 / STM32 Cube project importer, and a new static stack analysis tool!
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Release news - 2017-02-02
Atollic TrueSTUDIO v.7.1.0 is released!
The new version includes
New static stack analysis tool for Pro users Atollic TrueSTUDIO Pro users with active SUA (Support and Upgrade Agreement) can use the new static stack analysis feature to determine stack requirements for their embedded application. Read more here.
New project importer for AC6 SW4STM32 projects Simplifies migration from the large repository of AC6 SW4STM32 projects into Atollic TrueSTUDIO and enables all STM32Cube example projects to work with Atollic TrueSTUDIO. Read more here.
New Static Stack Analyzer visualizing stack usage per function as List and Call Graph (Pro)
New Project Import Converter supporting conversion of System Workbench for STM32 projects (SW4STM32 AC6) to TrueSTUDIO projects
New automatic check for license updates when starting Atollic TrueSTUDIO, simplifying license updates
The Upgrade Guide describes how to move to a newer version of Atollic TrueSTUDIO.
Updates & bug fixes
Auto can be used to select SWV clock when using Segger J-Link
New layout of Hardware Configurations dialog in Project Wizard and in Target Settings dialog, also displaying device and memory information when a board is selected
Updated Build Analyzer view to display end address for Memory Regions
Updated Information Center with resource links to Atollic forum, Video tutorials, White papers and Application notes
Fixed stack location when creating a new project for STM32F76xx and STM32F77xx devices
Fixed Copy Stack and selected items in Debug view to actually copy the content to clipboard
Added missing ST-LINK gdb startup script when project created for a generic ARM device and target is an STMicroelectronics device debugged with ST-LINK
Updated Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_121-b13)
TrueSTUDIO Pro unlocks features such as Cortex-M trace and profiling, RTOS-aware debugging, build, memory & static stack analyzer, hard fault analyzer and technical support. See for yourself how these powerful tools can help you locate bugs & performance issues and give you new insights into what is happening in your running system.