4/8/2003 - Microcross releases GNU X-Tools MIPS Toolsuite v3.0, which fully supports all MIPS 32/16-bit variants, including R2k, R3k, R4k, R5k, R6k, R8k, and orion. The MIPS ISAs supported include mips1 / mips2 / mips3 / mips4. This GNU toolsuite is Microcross’ latest version, which is based on GNU GCC v3.2 standard distribution of GNU tool. GNU tools, in general, supports more hosts and target processors than any embedded development toolchain in existence. Microcross is supporting GNU X-Tools on Windows with Cygwin and Linux host operating systems. This version of GNU tools offers improved compiler and debugger performance and library support. The MIPS toolsuite release follows a series of Microcross product releases over the past two months that include the ARM/Thumb, SuperH, PowerPC, and XScale toolsuites. The GNU tools offer more cost savings per feature than any toolchain available on the commercial market. Their popularity comes from years of maturity and usage on every viable host operating system in existence over the past 15 years.
Microcross builds, tests, debugs, documents, and packages the GNU cross-tools for customers desiring professional embedded tools at low prices. GNU X-Tools and the award-winning IDE, known as Visual SlickEdit®, power Visual X-ToolsTM, a customized and complimentary development solution for professional embedded programmers. Complete tool solutions start at $499.95.
Microcross is the leading global provider of GNU X-Tools and solutions, training and support services. GNU X-ToolsTM, Microcross' flagship product, is a reliable, low-cost embedded developer solution supporting over 20 of the most popular embedded 16, 32 and 64-bit embedded microprocessors. GNU X-ToolsTM is becoming a standard for commercially supported embedded programming tools; no other toolchain offers the breadth and depth of microprocessor coverage. Microcross has the lowest prices for commercially supported GNU tools and solutions, providing customers best value, performance, and reliability for their money. For more information about Microcross, please browse www.microcross.com.
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