James Calvin writes, "Microcross offers interim releases of GNU X-Tools v2.0 in custom builds that feature gcc 2.95.2 C/C++ cross-compilers, gdb 5.0 debugger, binutils 2.10, newlib 1.8.1, and libstdc++ 2.8.1 for each target toolchain. Custom builds are available for ARC, ARM, ARM Thumb, Strong ARM, H8, M32R, MIPS, MIPS64, MCORE, PPC, SH, SPARC, and V850 -- each offering the popular elf object build format. Embedded development with commercially supported GNU cross-tools has never been easier or lower in cost. GNU X-Tools starts at $199.95 and custom builds of v2.0 are being offered at $499.95 for a limited time.
Microcross is becoming a leading global provider of embedded system development tools and support services. GNU X-Tools? is a high quality, low cost embedded software developer solution for over 21 of the most popular embedded 16, 32 and 64-bit microprocessors. GNU X-Tools enhanced tool suites, with cross-compilers, assemblers, debuggers, libraries, utilities, and more, include a comprehensive graphical IDE framework comprising code editors, source browsers, and debug features. GNU X-Tools provides all source code and is distributed under the General Public License of the Free Software Foundation. Microcross is the first to package the popular GNU cross-tools for mass distribution with enhanced features, documentation, a wide selection of host and target microprocessors, and optional software support maintenance plans.
November 15, 2001