A world-class Linux IDE: how do we get there from here?
Andrew Overholt, Dominique Toupin, Doug Schaefer (Blackberry Limited ), Mark Mitchell (Codesourcery ), Joe Green
Making Community · Extended (50 mins)
Tags: CDT , Emerging Technology , pc_top_5 , Tools
Tuesday, 14:30, 50 minutes | Winchester
The Eclipse Linux Tools project aims to provide a full-featured IDE for Linux C/C++ developers. Come and see how we are progressing, building tools on top of the Platform and CDT. A realistic look will be taken at where we stand today and what we need to accomplish to produce a world-class open source development environment. Feedback from real Linux developers will be discussed and audience participation regarding requirements and ideas will be greatly appreciated. Also, a look at the current state of Eclipse technology in Linux distributions will take place including common pain points and how they are being resolved. This session will also include the presentation of viewpoints and discussion from a number of community stakeholders.
Andrew works for Red Hat on Eclipse tools for C/C++ developers. He is the project lead of the Eclipse Linux Tools project.
Developer Tool Manager at Ericsson where he works on software engineering improvements with the open source community, researchers and commercial companies. Areas include debug, trace, edit/compile/build, static analysis, profiling. He previously developed systems to manage cellular network and was a software developer in research groups. He holds a bachelor and a master's degree in Software engineering.
I am Doug.
Joe is the manager of the Developer Tools team at MontaVista Software LLC. He has worked for many years with Linux, UNIX and embedded software, with interests in graphics, performance and real-time software as well as developer tools.