Atollic TrueSTUDIO v7.1.0 has been released!

Posted by Magnus Unemyr on Feb 7, 2017 9:26:41 AM

A few days ago, we released Atollic TrueSTUDIO v7.1. The new version is a major new release, with significant improvements that many ARM Cortex-M developers will benefit from. In fact, many developers have already taken TrueSTUDIO v7.1 for a test flight!

In addition to extended and improved target support, the new release adds a static stack usage analyzer, as well as a project importer that makes it super-easy to import ARM Cortex-M projects from the System Workbench for STM32 IDE. Read this blog post to learn more!


The new version includes:

New static stack analysis tool for Pro users
Atollic TrueSTUDIO Pro users with active SUA (Support and Upgrade Agreement) can use the new static stack analysis feature to determine stack requirements for their embedded application. Read more here.

New project importer for AC6 SW4STM32 projects
Simplifies migration from the large repository of AC6 SW4STM32 projects into Atollic TrueSTUDIO and enables all STM32Cube example projects to work with Atollic TrueSTUDIO. Read more here.


build tools

New features

  • New Static Stack Analyzer visualizing stack usage per function as List and Call Graph (Pro)
  • New Project Import Converter supporting conversion of System Workbench
    for STM32 projects (SW4STM32 AC6) to TrueSTUDIO projects
  • New automatic check for license updates when starting Atollic
    TrueSTUDIO, simplifying license updates
The Upgrade Guide describes how to move to a newer version of Atollic TrueSTUDIO.

Updates & bug fixes

  • Auto can be used to select SWV clock when using Segger J-Link
  • New layout of Hardware Configurations dialog in Project Wizard and in
    Target Settings dialog, also displaying device and memory information
    when a board is selected
  • Updated Build Analyzer view to display end address for Memory Regions
  • Updated Information Center with resource links to Atollic forum,
    Video tutorials, White papers and Application notes
  • Fixed stack location when creating a new project for STM32F76xx and
    STM32F77xx devices
  • Fixed Copy Stack and selected items in Debug view to actually copy the
    content to clipboard
  • Added missing ST-LINK gdb startup script when project created for a
    generic ARM device and target is an STMicroelectronics device
    debugged with ST-LINK
  • Updated Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_121-b13)
Target support

Target support updates

  • MCU updates
    • Added NXP K27F/K28F microcontrollers (Cortex-M4)
    • Added NXP LPC54616/LPC54618 microcontrollers (Cortex-M4)
    • Added NXP LPC54S606/LPC54S608 microcontrollers (Cortex-M4)
    • Added NXP LPC54S616/LPC54S618 microcontrollers (Cortex-M4)
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32L496xx and STM32L4A6xx (Cortex-M4)
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32F722xx and STM32F723xx (Cortex-M4)
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32F732xx and STM32F733xx (Cortex-M4)
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32L162xC and STM32L162xE (Cortex-M3)
  • Board updates
    • Added NXP Freedom-K28F board
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32F412G-DISCO
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32F723E-DISCO
    • Added STMicroelectronics STM32L100C-DISCO

Driver library and microcontroller software updates

  • Updated NXP LPC5460x CMSIS and SVD files
  • Updated STMicroelectronics STM32F7xx drivers to STM32Cube HAL drivers v1.1.2
  • Updated STMicroelectronics STM32L100, STM32L15x and STM32L16x drivers to use STM32Cube HAL drivers v2.2.0 instead of StdPeriph_Driver
Debugger updates

Debugger updates

  • New Atollic ST-LINK_gdbserver v3.0.4
    • Added support for programming/debugging STM32 BlueNRG-1 devices
    • Added support for programming/debugging STM32F72xx/STM32F73xx devices
  • New P&E Micro GDB Server for Arm(R) devices, Version
    • Support for new devices
    • Solved a permission issue
    • Allows different users to run the GDB server from the same installation
  • New Segger J-Link GDB Server v6.12f
    • Added support for new devices


TrueSTUDIO 7.1.0

The Upgrade Guide describes how to move to a newer version of Atollic TrueSTUDIO. Be sure to consult the guide before moving existing projects to 7.1.0

Available downloads:
Windows host (stable release)
Linux host (beta release)



TrueSTUDIO Pro unlocks features such as Cortex-M trace and profiling, RTOS-aware debugging, build, memory & static stack analyzer, hard fault analyzer and technical support. See for yourself how these powerful tools can help you locate bugs & performance issues and give you new insights into what is happening in your running system.


TrueSTUDIO Pro is available for a low annual fee of $588 EUR / 708 USD. Perpetual licenses are also available with license sharing options (USB and network). Ask about our Enterprise pricing.

Learn more about pricing options here.

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