Tools for Mobile Linux (TmL) New & Noteworthy

Fabio Rigo, Mauren Brenner

Frameworks - Mobile And Embedded · Short - 10 minutes
Tuesday, 15:00, 10 minutes | Great America 1

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The Eclipse DSDP/TmL (Tools for Mobile Linux) was started in December 2006. The first goal of the project was to develop a framework for creating software development tools for mobile devices running Linux. We defined an initial scope that comprised an emulator framework, a VNC client and an Eclipse integrated viewer. Soon the framework evolved into a framework to support both emulators and real devices. Next, we added components to the project scope to simulate devices (such as GPS and FM radio) connected to an emulator running Linux. Recently, we’ve added features that gather information from the /proc filesystem and behave similarly to the corresponding Linux utilities. This talk will give an overview of the new features and improvements that come with TmL 0.3 that is part of the Eclipse Galileo release. It will cover the individual components and outline the evolution of the TmL project during the past two and a half years.
Fabio Rigo is a Computer Engineer from Eldorado Research Institute, a not-for-profit R&D institute in Brazil (Motorola contractor). He has worked as a Java developer on embedded environments and mobile development tools for three years. He is an active contributor of the Eclipse Tools for Mobile Linux (DSDP/TmL) project. He holds a Computer Engineering degree from Unicamp (State University of Campinas, Brazil) and is now attending specialization courses in Strategic IT Management at FGV-SP.

Mauren Brenner is a software engineer at the Eldorado Research Institute. She holds a MSc degree in Computer Science and has been working on Eclipse-based development tools.

This session is part of the curated collection of short talks titled
"DSDP Sub-Project Updates for Galileo"

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