Wind River today announced the latest version of its Eclipse-based toolsuite for device software development. Workbench 2.4 is one of the first embedded software development toolsuites to incorporate Eclipse version 3.1. The suite supports development of embedded software based on both Linux and VxWorks (the company's proprietary real-time operating system).
Wind River said its implementation of Eclipse 3.1 technology in Workbench 2.4 adds new processor architecture support for ARM 9, ColdFire, and XScale, and currently includes ARM and MIPS architecture support for the kernel mode debugging, ScopeTools, and System Viewer "on-chip debugging" functions. Linux platform build support is now available for both Windows and Solaris hosts, the company added.
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Tuesday, November 08, 2005
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