The STSW-WISE-STUDIO package provides the WiSE-Studio Eclipse IDE, GCC toolchain based, supporting the BlueNRG family Bluetooth Low Energy systems-on-chips (BlueNRG-1, BlueNRG-2, BlueNRG-LPS, BlueNRG-LP) and associated evaluation platforms.
The WiSE-STUDIO toolchain is provided free of charge for the user and it is based on standard GCC C/C++ compiler.
The tool offers an IDE environment allowing a specific user application to be built for the selected device, defining all the specific compile, assembler and linker options and to compile and run the application on the associated target device.
Furthermore, the tool offers standard debug capabilities to debug the user application through the selected SWD channel. CMSIS-DAP, J-Link, ST-Link/V2 are the supported SWD HW channels provided that the specific tool does not add any specific filter on the supported device.
For more information on how to use the tool, please refer to the “Quick start” section provided under “WiSE-Studio User Guide” in the Help menu of the tool.
The WISE-Studio is delivered through three different SW packages supporting the following platforms: Windows (SW part number: STSW-WISE-WIN), Linux (SW part number: STSW-WISE-LIN) and MAC OS (SW part number: STSW-WISE-MAC).
Note: since WiSE-Studio is a Java application, user must install the ORACLE® Java Runtime Environment (JRE), or alternatives such as OpenJDK, as prerequisite to use this tool on all the supported platforms (Windows, Linux and MAC OS).
Furthermore, on Linux platforms, the GNU Make and libncurses5 must be installed:
> sudo apt update
> sudo apt-get install build-essential libncurses5
On MAC OS platforms, the GNU Make must be installed (it is usually installed by Xcode).