CodeSourcery rolled out the spring 2010 release of Sourcery G++ for ARM, ColdFire, IA32, MIPS, Power Architecture, Stellaris and SuperH processors. The spring 2010 release helps improve embedded systems performance and makes it easier to get started with GNU/Linux application development. Sourcery G++ is a professional development tool suite for embedded C and C++ developers.
CodeSourcery released Sourcery G++ 4.4 for ARM, ColdFire, IA32, MIPS, Power Architecture, and SuperH processors. The fall release of Sourcery G++ improves performance across all supported platforms with several new compiler optimizations. A number of new features in the Sourcery G++ IDE make it easier for embedded developers to build and debug their applications. These features include a tool for transferring executables to GNU/Linux target systems, a terminal emulator, integration with the CVS version-control system, support for batch-mode project builds from the command line, and the Mylyn task-focused interface.