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IDE rev'd for improved multi-core debugging

Jun 18, 2009, 07:33 (0 Talkback[s])

"Targeting large-scale distributed applications spanning multiple processors, such as found on systems running Enea's Linux-based Accelerator or OSE telecom platforms (see farther below), Optima 2.1 is based on the open source Eclipse IDE, as well as C/C++ development tools. Features are said to include system level browsing, debugging, profiling, and analysis.

"Optima plugins support fully distributed debugging, enabling access to any target CPU or digital signal processor (DSP) in a connected network without the need for a direct connection, says Enea. Operating system (OS) support includes Linux and VxWorks, as well as Enea's own OSE and OSEck real-time operating systems (RTOSes)."

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