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LPCXpresso 4 now available

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Content originally posted in LPCWare by CodeRedSupport on Wed Jun 29 09:48:54 MST 2011
[FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000]We  are pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 4 of the  LPCXpresso IDE (for both Windows and Linux), which can be downloaded  from:

http://lpcxpresso.code-red-tech.com/LPCXpresso/

The new functionality contained in LPCXpresso 4 includes:
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[*][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] The IDE is now based on the Eclipse "Helios" release and CDT 7.0.[/COLOR][/FONT]
[*][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] The compilation tools are now based on GCC 4.5.1.[/COLOR][/FONT]
[*][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] Enhanced Redlib C library providing significant code and data size savings.[/COLOR][/FONT]
[*][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] Support for CMSIS v2.0 (Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard).[/COLOR][/FONT]
[*][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] Enhanced support for creating and linking with static library projects.[/COLOR][/FONT]
[*][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] Support for multiple devices on a JTAG scan chain (when used with Red Probe+)[/COLOR][/FONT]
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[FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000] More details can be found in the FAQ
http://support.code-red-tech.com/CodeRedWiki/NewInVersion4[/COLOR][/FONT][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000]
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[/FONT]  [FONT=Arial][COLOR=#000000]Note  that existing LPCXpresso 3 users can install LPCXpresso 4 in parallel  to their LPCXpresso 3 installation, and your existing LPCXpresso license  will enable both versions of the tools.[/COLOR][/FONT]

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