RVS Support Specification

RVS can be used to analyze software run on any host operating system or embedded target (as long as a communication channel is available).

The RVS tools can be run on Windows 7 or newer, Windows Server 2008 R2 or newer, and a variety of Linux distributions including Ubuntu and Red Hat. If you need support to run the RVS tools on older operating systems, contact us.

RVS tools can be qualified for use on all supported platforms.

RVS tools support the following languages:

  • Ada
  • C
  • C++

They also support projects with mixed languages.

RVS tools can be used on projects built with almost any compiler. 

The non-exhaustive list below shows some of the compilers we have worked with:

AdaCore

  • GNAT GPL
  • GNAT Pro

Arm

  • DS-5
  • armcl

Borland

  • Borland C++

Cosmic Software

GNU

  • GCC
  • G++

Green Hills

  • Ada MULTI
  • C MULTI

IAR Systems

  • Embedded Workbench

Keil

  • C51

Microsoft

  • Visual Studio

NXP

  • CodeWarrior HCS12

TASKING

  • CC166

Texas Instruments

  • CCSv6
  • CL500
  • CL2000
  • C6X
  • C28X

WindRiver

  • Diab
  • CCPPC

Due to their flexible integration strategies, RVS tools can collect data from almost any target CPU.

The non-exhaustive list below shows some of the architectures that RVS tools can be used with:

ARM

  • ARM7
  • ARM9
  • ARM10
  • ARM11
  • Cortex-M
  • Cortex-R
  • Cortex-A

Analog Devices

  • Blackfin
  • SHARC
  • SigmaDSP
  • TigerSHARC
  • ADSP-21xx

Atmel

  • AT90CAN128

Cobham Gaisler

  • LEON3

Freescale Semiconductor

  • 68000
  • 680x0
  • ColdFire
  • M-CORE
  • Power Architecture (MPC5xx, MPC55xx, MPC56xx)
  • ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers (Kinetis E series, Kinetis K series, Kinetis L series, Kinetis M series, Kinetis W series).
  • 56k DSP family
  • QorIQ (P2010, P2020, P4080, P5010, P5020, P5021, P5040)

IBM

  • PowerPC (PPC) implementations:
    • G1 (601)
    • G2 (602, 603, 604, 620)
    • G3 (740/750)
    • 7xx/750 family
    • G5/970 series
    • 401
    • 403
    • 405
    • 440 range

Infineon

  • XE166 family (XE161, XE162, XE164, XE167, XE169)
  • XC 2000 family (XC2200, XC2300, XC2700)
  • C166 family
  • TriCore (TC1130, TC1724, TC1728, TC1766, TC1767, TC179x, TC1796 , TC1797, AUDO)
  • Tricore Aurix (TC21x, TC22x, TC23x, TC24x, TC26x, TC270, TC290)
  • XMC1000

Intel

  • x86
  • Pentium
  • Atom

NXP Semiconductors

  • ARM7-based series (LPC2100, LPC2200, LPC2300, LPC2400)
  • ARM9-based series (LPC2900, LPC3100, LPC3200)
  • ARM Cortex-M0 based series (LPC1100, LPC1200)
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ based series (LPC800)
  • ARM Cortex-M3 based series (LPC1300, LPC1700, LPC1800)
  • ARM Cortex-M4 series (LPC4000, LPC4300)

Renesas (previously Hitachi, Mitsubishi, NEC)

  • V850
  • V850E
  • V850ES
  • V850E2
  • RX family
  • RZ family
  • SuperH family
  • RH850 Family

Rockwell Collins

  • AAMP

Rolls Royce

  • VISIUMCORE

STMicroelectronics

  • ARM-based parts (STR7, STR9, STM32 F0, STM32 F1, F2, L1, W, STM 32 F3, F4)
  • ST10
  • ST20
  • ST40

Texas Instruments

  • MSP430
  • TMS320 (DSP)
  • TMS570
  • C2000
  • Stellaris (ARM Cortex-M3)
  • Hercules - TMS570 (ARM Cortex-R4)
  • TMS470M ARM Cortex-M3
  • RM4 ARM Cortex-R4

We are able to cater for a wide variety of systems in addition to those stated above. Please contact us if you have any questions.