Linux Studio available to Linux developers
Linux Studio is a development environment designed specifically for native host development, making the features of SEGGER's Embedded Studio IDE available to all Linux application developers. With its Visual Studio-style user interface, powerful project management and integrated source-level debugger, Linux Studio helps to simplify development on Linux.
Linux Studio's project manager enables clear organisation of all project resources. Multi-project solutions can keep all parts of an application together, such as an executable file, additional libraries and resources.
SEGGER's Linux Studio guides successful projects from the first file to the final delivery. It's source code editor provides support for efficient development through code completion, suggestions and templates. Thanks to the flexibility of Linux Studio's build configurations, a project can be built not only in a debug and a release configuration, but also in configurations for different variants of an application, created with just a few clicks.
Linux Studio includes an integrated debugger for debugging an application at source-code level. Projects can be debugged in the same environment in which they are developed. Additional dedicated debugging windows provide all necessary information and insight into the system. In a debug session, Linux Studio allows full control over the target application.
"What Embedded Studio is to firmware development, Linux Studio offers to host application development: By providing a single common interface and environment for all projects, Embedded Studio and Linux Studio increase productivity, especially since all tools and resources are available for even the largest projects within a single application," explains SEGGER's CEO Ivo Geilenbruegge.
Linux Studio is available as a SEGGER Software Tool under SEGGER’s Friendly License for non-commercial use and under SEGGER’s Commercial-use License. The commercial-use license offers different licensing options for single seats, portable dongles, or multi-user and company-wide licenses, to fit the needs of any development team.