IC intellectual property company SiFive has licensed Segger’s emRun++ C++ library for Risc-V, a library optimised for GCC/LLVM-based tool chains and embedded systems, based on the emRun and emFloat runtime and floating-point libraries.
This follows on from last year, when SiFive licensed Segger’s emRun C runtime library for use in its Risc-V IDE and Tool packages.
“It was an easy decision to upgrade to emRun++ once it became available for licensing,” said SiFive software director Sam Grove. “As a modern programming language, C++ has become increasingly important in the embedded sector, offering developers more and more options. It is essential for SiFive to be able to offer a state-of-the-art C++ library to our customers. emRun++ is perfectly suited for this purpose.”