LinuxPlanet: IBM's Big Plans For Eclipse-Based WebSphere Visual Studio
Apr 14, 2003, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"At the developerWorks Live! show last week, IBM officials
articulated expansive plans for WebSphere Visual Studio, Big Blue's
Eclipse-based crossplatform development environment. The next
edition of the toolkit for Linux and Windows developers will
include a new tool for autonomic or 'self-maintenance' computing,
now entering beta. Over the longer term, future directions include
aspect-oriented programming and semantic Web.
"Currently in version 5.0, WebSphere Visual Studio uses Eclipse,
an open-source integrated development environment (IDE), as its
back end. By now, a large chunk of the software industry is
starting to use Eclipse in a similar way, according to Scott
Hebner, director of marketing for IBM WebSphere..."