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LinuxWorld: Discovering Code Fusion [Review]

Aug 26, 1999, 20:26 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Barr)

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"During an interview conducted the week before the LinuxWorld Expo, Michael Tiemann, cofounder of Cygnus Solutions, repeatedly stressed a key feature of Code Fusion, that company's newly-released IDE for Linux developers: its ability to work seamlessly on both sides of the open source line.

According to Tiemann, 'Code Fusion does have an internal system for doing project management and build rules and all sorts of other stuff, but we support exporting the data into a fully open source makefile. So, if you want to be an open source developer, and you want to be able to produce untainted code, the Code Fusion product enables you to do that.'

Sounds like the best of both worlds, doesn't it? Finally, someone's offering a modern IDE with extensive browsing capabilities, and that same someone also provides an editor and debugger with the ability to generate pure open source makefiles for use outside the product."

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