TI’s latest Code Composer Studio™ IDE v6 offers a new App Center, simplified user interface and intelligent learning tools

TI provides developers a single IDE, improving code quality, reducing development time and enhancing customer experience across its broad embedded portfolio

DALLAS, TX (Apr. 29, 2014) – Consistently delivering the resources to ease software development and reduce accompanying costs, Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN), introduces the latest version of its Code Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE) – version 6. Based on the latest version of the popular, industry-standard, open-source Eclipse software framework, Code Composer Studio v6 provides numerous updates, features and integrated tools to ease the software development experience. Running on both Windows and Linux® operating systems, Code Composer Studio v6 is available in a number of different license configurations, including several free options, reducing the cost of getting started on an embedded design. Code Composer Studio v6 is compatible across TI’s broad embedded processing portfolio including microcontrollers (MCUs), ARM-based processors and digital signal processors (DSPs).

What’s new in Code Composer Studio v6?

New to Code Composer Studio IDE v6 are several updates to simplify use and reduce development time:

Additional features and benefits of Code Composer Studio v6:

·         Speed design and troubleshooting with superior code development environment and an advanced editor with features such as code completion, code folding, local history of source changes, markers and the ability to associate tasks with source lines.

·         Multi-processor debugging intelligently manages status and information from multiple cores (i.e. TI’s Keystone processors) without the confusion that arises when each core requires its own separate debugger.

·         Automate common tasks with debug server scripting interface, such as code validation and profiling.

Pricing and availability  

Free licenses of Code Composer Studio are available when using a development board with an integrated debug interface or when using the ultra-low cost XDS100 debug probe (priced at $79).   MSP430 users can use a free 16KB code size limited license with the TI compiler or unlimited code size with GCC. The full platinum license for all TI embedded processors is available at the price of $495. Code Composer Studio v6 is also free for Linux and Android application developers who do not require a JTAG debugger. Download it today.



About Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog ICs and embedded processors.  By employing the world’s brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology.  TI is helping more than 100,000 customers transform the future, today.  Learn more at www.ti.com.