• Tutorial: Multi-Core Linux Application Debug using Sourcery CodeBench Professional for ARM GNU/Linux

    Introduction  This tutorial explores the debugging and analysis capabilities of Sourcery CodeBench  for Linux. It walks you throught the process of analyzing a multithreaded demo application that runs on a...
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  • Debugging Graphics Synchronization Issues in UIs

    This whitepaper delves into the typical synchronization issues encountered when developing modern user interfaces (UI) and showcases, via an example, of how a trace-based instrumentation approach can be used to debug ...
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  • Instructions to Opt-in and Opt-out of the Sourcery CodeBench Customer Experience Improvement Program

    Learn more about the Sourcery CodeBench Customer Experience Improvement Program.   These instructions are applicable to the 2013.05 and newer releases of Sourcery CodeBench. Note: This feature is currently avai...
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  • What's new in the 2013.11 release of Sourcery CodeBench & Sourcery Analyzer

    An overview of what is new in the 2013.11 releases of Sourcery CodeBench and Sourcery Analyzer.   For more details, please also visit: http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/sourcery-tools/sourcery-codebench/new
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  • Using tracing techniques to develop complex muticore systems

    This white paper is the first paper of a two-part Mentor Embedded multicore white paper series. In this paper, the challenges software developers face when developing, debugging, and validating software applications f...
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  • Software Tracing Tools & Techniques for Advanced Multicore Development

    This is the second paper in a 2-part series. In this paper we will be highlighting tracing concepts and their trades-offs, and take a virtual walk through the essential steps of a tracing cycle. We’ll also debat...
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  • Dynamic Performance and Behavior Analysis using Sourcery Analyzer and LTTng Data

    This whitepaper briefly describes the 'tracing' tool/techniques that help address the debugging and performance optimization challenges that are becoiming common in today's increasingly complex embedded systems.
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  • How to build and debug a static library

    This video demonstrates how to build and debug a static library using CodeBench ARM EABI.  
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  • How to update firmware in a Sourcery Probe

    This video demonstrates how to update the firmware in a Sourcery Probe using the Settings And Firmware Update tool from within CodeBench.    
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  • LTTng Userspace Tracing With Sourcery CodeBench

    Ever had a bug in userspace code that you couldn't nail down with gdb? You probably turned to printf, right?   Tracing is a better way, and this tutorial explains how to add LTTng tracepoints to an application a...
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  • What's New in the 2013.05 Release of Sourcery CodeBench & Sourcery Analyzer

    An overview of what is new in the 2013.05 releases of Sourcery CodeBench and Sourcery Analyzer.   For more details, please also visit: http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/sourcery-tools/sourcery-codebench/new
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  • The Advantages of Real-time Trace Debug in Complex Embedded Systems

    Working in embedded system design today, product development windows are becoming shorter and shorter as engineering teams are under more pressure to deliver a product with even greater complexity. Products in the emb...
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  • Should I use Sourcery CodeBench for Stellaris or Sourcery CodeBench for ARM EABI?

    Question   I'm planning on evaluating and purchasing Sourcery CodeBench for our project. Should I evaluate/buy Sourcery CodeBench for ARM EABI or Sourcery CodeBench for Stellaris EABI? Does Sourcery CodeBench...
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  • What's New in the Fall 2012 Release of Sourcery Tools

    This document summarizes what's new in the latest releases of Sourcery CodeBench, Sourcery Analyzer and Mentor Embdded Linux.
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  • Flashing Cavium Octeon Boards using Sourcery Probe

    IntroductionThe default built in Sourcery CodeBench Flash feature does not work with Cavium Octeon Boards.  To flash a Cavium Octeon board, you need to run an older flash utility, called EPIFlash, as a target app...
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  • Video: Creating and Debugging Linux Applications Using Sourcery CodeBench for ARM GNU/Linux

    Learn how to use Sourcery CodeBench to develop and debug embedded Linux  applications. This video shows how to create an application for a target  that is running Linux, download the application to the targe...
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  • Quick Start: Sourcery CodeBench for Bare Metal Embedded Application Development

    These steps give an example of using the Sourcery CodeBench IDE to  create and debug an application that will run on a target that does not  have an operating system. The example in this Quick Start use Sour...
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  • Building, Downloading, and Debugging Factorial Demo on the Stellaris DK-LM3S9D96 

    IntroductionThis document shows the minimum sequence of steps to test that Sourcery CodeBench for Stellaris can debug a Stellaris DK-LM3S9D96 board over the Stellaris USB interface.  You will find much more detai...
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  • GNU Toolchain for Embedded Development: Build or Buy?

    Increasingly, embedded software developers are choosing the GNU toolchain for open source development.The GNU toolchain contains an optimizing compiler targeting most embedded processors. The toolchain also supports p...
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  • Improving Software Floating Point Support

    GCC’s runtime library contains a set of software floating point routines, to be used when the required operation is not available in  hardware. These routines have not been significantly optimized, and ...
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