ARM Development Studio 2024.0


ARM Development Studio 2024.0 Gold Edition

ARMhas launched theARM Development Studio 2024.0is suite of tools for embedded C/C++ software development on any Arm-based platform. Building on over 25 years of experience, Development Studio incorporates many of the best features of previous tool generations, unifying the development flow in a single, easy to use environment.
Owner:Arm technology
Product Name:ARM Development Studio
Version:2024.0 (202400912) Gold Edition *
Supported Architectures:x64
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Languages Supported:english
System Requirements:Windows **
Size:1.8 Gb
* The Gold Edition is a fully comprehensive toolchain for all software development projects on any Arm CPU and architecture, including Armv8 processors.

Release Notes for Arm Development Studio 2024.0 - Date: 17 May 2024
Processor and Architecture Support
Support for the following processors is added:
- Cortex-M52
- Cortex-R82AE
- Cortex-A520AE
- Cortex-A720AE
- Neoverse N3
- Neoverse V3
- Neoverse V3AE
Support for the following architectures and extensions is added:
- 128-bit page tables (FEAT_D128)
- Armv9.5-A, including Float8 (FEAT_FP8), RME Granule Protection Check 2 Extension (FEAT_RME_GPC2), and Fine-Grained Write Trap EL3 (FEAT_FGWTE3)
- Hardware Dirty State Structures (FEAT_HDBSS and FEAT_HACDBS)
- Arm Compiler support for Neoverse N3 requires usage of option -mcpu=hermes. This will be changed to -mcpu=neoverse-n3 in a future release.
- Arm Compiler support for Neoverse V3 requires usage of option -mcpu=poseidon-v. This will be changed to -mcpu=neoverse-v3 in a future release.
- Arm Fixed Virtual Platform for Neoverse N3 will be available in the Fast Models 11.26 FVP Std Library release.
Arm Compiler for Embedded
The Arm Compiler in this release of Arm Development Studio is updated to Arm Compiler for Embedded 6.22.
Arm Compiler 5 is now a legacy product and has reached the end of Mainstream Support. It is no longer provided in Arm Development Studio. Arm Compiler 5 can still be used for existing projects and for new projects for legacy Armv4, Armv5, or Armv6 targets - you can download it from the Legacy Arm Compiler Downloads page, then add it as a toolchain into Arm Development Studio. For all other new projects, Arm recommends using Arm Compiler for Embedded 6 for non-safety projects and Arm Compiler for Embedded FuSa (Functional Safety) for safety projects.
Arm Debugger
The Arm Debugger in this release of Arm Development Studio is updated to Arm Debugger 6.1.2
Arm Fixed Virtual Platforms
The Arm FVPs in this release of Arm Development Studio are updated to a selection from Fast Models 11.25. For more details, see the Fast Models 11.25 Release Notes.
FVP models for FVP_MPS2_Cortex-M52, FVP_BaseR_Cortex-R82AE, FVP_Base_Cortex-A520AE, FVP_Base_Cortex-A720AE, FVP_Base_Neoverse-V3x1-Neoverse-V3x1, and FVP_Base_Neoverse-V3AEx1-Neoverse-V3AEx1 are added.
To allow Tarmac traces to be captured from FVP models, is also added.
Arm Streamline
Arm Streamline in this release of Arm Development Studio is updated to version 9.1. For more details, see the Arm Performance Studio 2024.1 Release Note.
Support for the Energy Probe with Streamline is deprecated.
Arm Graphics Analyzer
Arm Graphics Analyzer is no longer supplied as part of Arm Development Studio, but is available as part of Arm Performance Studio (formerly Arm Mobile Studio).
Additions include:
- Bare-metal examples for Cortex-M52, Cortex-X4, and Neoverse V3. For Neoverse N3, the Neoverse N2 examples may be used as a reference starting point.
- A bare-metal example for Cortex-R52 showing use of the Generic Interrupt Controller (GIC), for both Arm Compiler for Embedded 6 and GCC.
- Updated the examples that use CMSIS-Packs to CMSIS 6.0.0.
- Bare-metal examples for Armv9-A demonstrating the support for 128-bit page tables (FEAT_D128) in Arm Compiler for Embedded 6, the AEMvA FVP model and the Debugger.
- A bare-metal example ("sme2_fp8_matmul_fp32") demonstrating the support for Float8 (FEAT_FP8) in Arm Compiler for Embedded 6, the AEMvA FVP model and the Debugger.
Arm Development Studiois a professional software development solution for bare-metal embedded systems and Linux-based systems. Arm Development Studio supports all types of software development projects from architecture exploration to the development of real-time applications and coding for edge devices. It accelerates system design and software development enabling you to get higher quality products to market faster and cost-effectively.
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