Atollic TrueSTUDIO is a commercially enhanced C/C++ IDE built on Eclipse®, CDT™, GCC and GDB. The tool provides developers with powerful professional extensions, features and utilities for an easy and efficient development process. Updates to Atollic TrueSTUDIO are discontinued since 2017, but all its main features are included for free in the all-in-one multi-OS development tool STM32CubeIDE, which includes FreeRTOS debug. Atollic TrueSTUDIO is still offered as-is, for maintenance of Atollic-based projects. Adding to the extensive selection of features and supported products, STM32CubeIDE includes the most advanced TrueSTUDIO features and bug fixes that contribute to a simplified process with project features and import guide documentation. By integrating the TrueSTUDIO features into STM32CubeIDE, users get a more complete and effective solution that eases development and speeds up time-to-market. With STM32CubeIDE users get an innovative, free-of-charge tool, support for the whole STM32 MCU and MPU portfolio, advanced TrueSTUDIO features, device and project configuration features from STM32CubeMX and support for advanced structure projects, such as multi-core and security.
Mattias (from recently acquired Atollic) tells us about TrueSTUDIO® for STM32: now FREE of charge within ST’s flexible and extensible development and debugging IDE for STM32 MCU developers who want extremely powerful tools to aid in development of high-quality embedded software. TrueSTUDIO® is based on open standards (ECLIPSE and GNU) and extended with professional features for code management and advanced system analysis.