The demo takes a moderately sized Open Source project and shows off a number of the plug-in's features in conjunction with the CDT.
Jeff Johnston started his software career at the IBM Toronto Lab in 1985. There he worked on a number of projects, most notably as an original member of the C/370 library team. In 1997, he moved to Cygnus Solutions: a California-based software company which developed open-source toolchains for embedded platforms. In 1999, Cygnus Solutions was acquired by Red Hat. Working in Toronto, Jeff is a member of the Red Hat Eclipse team and is currently developing the CDT Autotools Plug-in. In the open-source world, Jeff is also known as the head maintainer of newlib: an embedded C library. Outside of work, Jeff plays keyboards and is an aspiring composer of light progressive rock. His band, Vermillion Skye, is currently recording their third CD.