DDC-I Announces Support for Enhanced Wind River Workbench and VxWorks.SCORE Compilers Available for Wind River Workbench 2.6 and VxWorks 6.4
PHOENIX -- DDC-I, a leading supplier of development tools for safety-critical applications, today announced support for Wind River[R] Workbench 2.6 and VxWorks 6.4, both of which were released in December 2006. The integration, which marks three generations of SCORE support for VxWorks, enables developers working within Wind River Workbench to utilize SCORE tools to develop mixed Ada, C, and Embedded C++ applications for deployment on VxWorks target systems.
"The latest release of Wind River Workbench contains significant enhancements that simplify the development process and provide access to the latest Eclipse technology," said Bob Morris, president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of DDC-I. "We believe these enhancements will be very attractive to Workbench developers who want to utilize our SCORE compilers to create mixed-language, safety-critical applications targeting both VxWorks and bare board run-time systems."
"Wind River is committed to enriching our customers' overall development experience by increasing interoperability with other software tools and fostering collaboration among hardware engineers, software developers and testers within a project team," said Andrew Lyons, director of tools product management at Wind River. "The integration of DDC-I's SCORE tools with our enhanced Workbench development suite makes it easier than ever for developers using a mix of C, C++ and Ada to create reliable, optimized code for a broad range of safety-critical applications targeting VxWorks systems."
Wind River Workbench 2.6 provides a number of significant enhancements, including support for the new Eclipse 3.2.1 framework. To support existing Eclipse users, Workbench can now be installed as a set of plug-ins to an existing 3.2 installation, thereby enabling users to preserve existing Eclipse projects The following is a list of notable projects and plugins for the Eclipse IDE. Official Eclipse projects
These projects are maintained by the Eclipse community and hosted by the Eclipse Foundation. and configurations. Workbench 2.6 also features new plug-ins for VxWorks, including support for on-chip debugging (programming) debugging - The process of attempting to determine the cause of the symptoms of malfunctions in a program or other system. These symptoms may be detected during testing or use by real users. , enhanced performance for projects with a large number of files, and an enhanced kernel object viewer.
SCORE provides optimizing compilers for Ada, C, and Embedded C ++, all of which pass the applicable ACATS (Advisory Committee on Advanced Television Service) The FCC committee that was formed in 1987 to recommend an advanced TV standard for the U.S. By 1991, ACATS had reduced the number of proposals from 23 to six, which included four all-digital HDTV , PlumHall, Perennial, and FCVS FCVS Fortran Compiler Validation System compiler validation suites. To support VxWorks, DDC-I has mapped its own bare run-time system to VxWorks, including all system calls, multitasking multitasking
Mode of computer operation in which the computer works on multiple tasks at the same time. A task is a computer program (or part of a program) that can be run as a separate entity. , and interrupt processing facilities.
SCORE is available immediately for Workbench and VxWorks. Pricing starts at $5,000.
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