IAR Adds Continuous Integration Support for RISC-V-Based Linux Automation Workflows
December 24, 2020
The package can be integrated into systems like CMake or Ninja, or CI engines like Jenkins and Bamboo using the IARBuild command line utility.
IAR Systems has updated its RISC-V build tools to support automated application build and test processes on Linux-based frameworks, enabling streamlined workflows for Continuous Integration (CI) while maintaining code quality control via the C-STAT static code analysis tool.
The IAR build tools for Linux provided with the latest RISC-V update include the IAR C/C++ Compiler, IAR Assembler, Linker and library tools, C-STAT, and runtime libraries. The package can be integrated into systems like CMake or Ninja, or CI engines like Jenkins and Bamboo using the IARBuild command line utility.
“In setting up infrastructure for working with new technology, it can be easier to fully adapt best practices like CI and DevOps, and break with legacy ways of working,” says said Anders Holmberg, GM of Embedded Development Tools at IAR. “This will result in accelerated software development that can be quality-assured through flexible, automated workflows.”
For more information, visit www.iar.com/bx.