Paradigm C++ Professional includes real and protected mode compilers for embedded C and C++ developers. With Paradigm C++ Professional, you
get both ANSI C and ANSI C++ compilers that work within the integrated development
environment or from the command line if you choose to use makefiles.
- Fast compilation with full support for precompiled
headers means you wont be waiting for long compiles to complete
- Global optimizations are used to generate small, fast,
and highly efficient code.
- Built-in Assembler permits inline assembly language
to be mixed with your C/C++ source code to fully optimize your code without
the need to write in assembly language.
- ROMable run-time library
with available source
Paradigm C++ Lint
The Paradigm C++ Lint utility can be used to perform a high level of checking on C/C++ source files. Just select a C/C++ source file node in the Project view and look under the Special local menu item. Lint can be used to find dead definitions, unreferenced header files, and much more. This tool can tell you a great deal about your code and catch hidden problems you may not have realized.
- Namespace support solves the problem of identifier
name clashes in large applications.
- Templates to develop a family of related functions
- Exception handling provides a standard method to handle
- New-style type-safe casting
makes safe type conversions
even when you're working with polymorphous classes.
- Run-time type identification
the type of a data object at runtime: virtual, reference, or pointer.
- Three distinct character
types overload functions
based on a distinction between char, signed char,
and unsigned char.
- New keywords and macros,
such as bool,
mutable, explicit, and typename, provide greater flexibility.
You can selectively apply many
C++ language constructs by using compiler options and choosing the appropriate
libraries. For example, you can eliminate the extra overhead of exception
handling from the runtime libraries by linking with the NOEHx libraries.
You can also use a compiler option to avoid generating runtime type identification.
If three distinct character types are a problem with existing code, you
can use a compiler option and the appropriate header files to revert to
the old behavior.
some of the compiler options you can control
|New Lint feature!|
|ROMable run-time library|
|C/C++ Language Features:|
|New-style type-safe casting|
|Run-time type identification (RTTI)|
|Distinct character types|
|New keywords and macros|