"Cleanscape Software International announced today an upgrade to
Cleanscape XTC-1750A, a C programming language cross-development
environment for embedded systems using the MIL-STD-1750A processor.
New features include ANSI prototype support, Linux operability, and
the bundling of lintPlus, Cleanscape's static source code
"Cleanscape XTC-1750A is targeted at embedded systems
designers of aerospace and military applications specifying
MIL-STD-1750A radiation-hardened processors who want to transition
from legacy languages to the C language."
"Legacy languages like Ada and Jovial force 1750A developers to
draw from a diminishing pool of resources, talent, and tools," said
Cleanscape president and CEO Ted Batha. "By allowing MIL-STD-1750A
developers to transition from legacy languages, Cleanscape
XTC-1750A helps them tap a much larger pool of programming
resources. This helps boost product quality and team efficiency,
while reducing development costs."
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