PC Week: Red Hat joins rush to embedded LinuxJan 31, 2000, 21:09 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Hot on the heels of the unveilings of Transmeta's Mobile Linux and Lineo's Embedix, Red Hat Inc. is joining the embedded-system fray with its Red Hat Tools for Embedded Developers.
RHTED is an open-source IDE (integrated development environment) for software developers. It uses any Linux operating system to develop embedded Linux programs for most computing devices.
Such developer tools will enable programmers to port existing Linux applications to Linux-powered embedded devices. The tools, themselves open source, should greatly expand the ability of Linux programmers to easily and quickly move into embedded-system development."
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