Click on the link below to download a 15 day evaluation version of the Crossware ARM Development Suite for Windows:
File size: ~72MB.
Uploaded 1 April 2016.
This version supports the NXP LPC21XX and LPC22XX chips, the NXP LPC2478 chip, the Atmel AT91SAM7 chips, the AT91RM9200, the AT91SAM9260, the AT91SAM9263, the AT91SAM9G20, the STMicroelectronics STR71x, STR73x, STR75x, STM32F100x4/6/8/B, STM32F101x4/6/8/B/C/D/E, STM32F102x4/6/8/B and STM32F103x4/6/8/B/C/D/E chips, the Atmel SAM3U chips, the Atmel SAM3S chips, the Nuvoton M516 chip and the Energy Micro EFM32Gxxx and EFM32TGxxx chips.
This download does not include the CAN bus simulator.
If you have other Crossware evaluation software installed, we recommend that you install this package into a different directory.
This evaluation software is suitable for all versions of 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.
To run this software your PC must be connected to the Internet.
When you first run the Embedded Development Studio, you will need to request an evaluation license. This licence is generated automatically by the Crossware web server. The 15 day evaluation period will begin when you request this license.
Once you have the license, the Embedded Development Studio will connect to a License Server running in the Crossware office. It will do this through the Crossware website and so if you can surf the Internet you can connect to the Licence Server.
The Embedded Development Studio will firstly check out a license to run itself. Then, when you create or open an ARM project, it will check out a 'feature' to run an ARM project.
The License Server expects an 'I'm still here' message from the Embedded Development Studio every few minutes and so if your PC sleeps or hibernates then the license will need to be checked out again. Close down and restart the Embedded Development Studio to do this.