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BW: Red Hat Releases Source Code for Popular Source-Navigator IDE

Jul 20, 2000, 20:08 (2 Talkback[s])


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"Red Hat, the leader in open source Internet infrastructure, announced today the release of source code for Source-Navigator, the leading Integrated Development Environment for UNIX and Windows. Source-Navigator, along with Insight, the graphical debugger based on gdb, and gcc, the Open Source compiler, forms a fully functional graphical integrated development environment that is used by developers to edit their source code and compile, link and debug their applications."

"Source-Navigator is a powerful tool for analyzing large amounts of source code, and it is useful in both developing new projects and deciphering legacy code," said Michael Tiemann, Red Hat Chief Technical Officer. "By releasing the source code to Source-Navigator under the terms of the GPL, Red Hat reinforces its commitment to the open source development community."

"In addition to being a powerful tool used by developers to compile, edit and debug source code for their applications, Source-Navigator has many browsing capabilities that enable developers to do things like display class hierarchies and cross-reference relationships. For download information, information about contributing to Source-Navigator, and online documentation, please see http://sources.redhat.com/sourcenav/."

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