xTIMEcomposer Studio Download
The latest version of the tools xTIMEcomposer Community is free to download for all registered users.
xTIMEcomposer Studio is based on the industry standard Eclipse IDE. Additional perspectives and views have been added to support the unique tools that XMOS has developed to make it easy to develop real-time embedded applications for xCORE multicore microcontrollers. They include:
- XMOS Timing Analyzer, which uses the determinism of the xCORE architecture to deliver verified time-critical solutions;
- xSCOPE for real-time non-intrusive code instrumentation and debugging;
- xSOFTip Explorer for browsing our library of soft peripherals and code blocks.
VERSION 13.0.2 (Release notes and compatibility)
XP SP3 (32-Bit requires 32-bit JRE)
Vista SP2 (32/64-Bit requires 32-bit JRE)
Win7 SP1 (32/64-Bit requires 32-bit JRE)
Win8.1 (32/64-Bit requires 32-bit JRE)
OSX 10.6 (Intel)
OSX 10.7 (Intel)
OSX 10.8 (Intel)
OSX 10.9 (Intel)
Centos 5.8 (32-Bit requires 32-bit JRE)
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (32-Bit requires 32-bit JRE)
Centos 5.8 (64-Bit requires 64-bit JRE)
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (64-Bit requires 64-bit JRE)
xTIMEcomposer Enterprise License
If you require an enterprise grade development environment with secure one-to-one ticketed online support, we recommend that you purchase an xTIMEcomposer Enterprise annual subscription-license, which includes:
- Multi-seat site license
- Technical support with service-level commitment
- Latest verified build of tools and xSOFTip
- Software downloads for a wide range of XMOS reference designs
- Each subscription-license includes an xTAG-PRO hardware debugger
Contact XMOS for further details about xTIMEcomposer Enterprise licensing.
New to Eclipse?
If you are not familiar with the Eclipse IDE there are many excellent tutorials online including a range of video tutorials at Eclipse Resources.
To use xTIMEcomposer Studio you must have a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.5 or later installed, which can be downloaded from: http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads
The source for xTIMEcomposer tools developed under Open Source License Agreements is available from the xTIMEcomposer Tools Source page.
Some versions of XMOS reference designs may require earlier versions of xTIMEcomposer. They can be downloaded with related documentation from the xTIMEcomposer Archive page.