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we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #276] Fri, 28 October 2005 18:38 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: stanley.apogee.com

I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.

Background: we are currently providing ports
of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
for (more or less) easy configuration of target
device and corresponding run/debug target.

I would like to move above functionality to current
Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
and not 'emulator management'.

I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/.

thanks,
-- stanley
Re: we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #284 is a reply to message #276] Mon, 31 October 2005 04:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 975
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Stanley,

many thanks for your interest. May we invite you to join the TM phone
conference next Monday Nov. 7 at 9am PST? Meeting details (call-in
number etc) will be sent out shortly.

I've had a look at your screenshots. They look like the Launch
Configuration Dialog, but there seems to be a little difference - it
appears that the tree of configurations supports more than one level in
your case. I find this noteworthy, since such an extension has been
proposed for Launch Configurations as well.

When you say "Move functionality to current Eclipse codebase", could you
also imagine contributing some code to Open Source?

Thanks,
Martin

Stanley Gambarin schrieb:
> I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.
>
> Background: we are currently providing ports
> of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
> I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
> for (more or less) easy configuration of target
> device and corresponding run/debug target.
>
> I would like to move above functionality to current
> Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
> concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
> and not 'emulator management'.
>
> I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
> configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/.
>
> thanks,
> -- stanley
Re: we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #291 is a reply to message #276] Mon, 31 October 2005 05:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mika Hoikkala is currently offline Mika Hoikkala
Messages: 40
Registered: July 2009
Member
Nice to hear about you Stanley,

You are welcome to join MTJ if you see it feasible.

By "moving above functionality to Eclipse" do you mean that you could
contribute code + resource to make it happen in practise?

mho (=Mika Hoikkala, project lead for MTJ)



Stanley Gambarin wrote:
> I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.
>
> Background: we are currently providing ports
> of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
> I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
> for (more or less) easy configuration of target
> device and corresponding run/debug target.
>
> I would like to move above functionality to current
> Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
> concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
> and not 'emulator management'.
>
> I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
> configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/.
>
> thanks,
> -- stanley
Re: we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #300 is a reply to message #291] Mon, 31 October 2005 20:53 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: stanley.apogee.com

Mika,

thanks for the welcome note. To answer your question,
yes, I need to implement similar functionality (already
present in WSDD) in Eclipse. Hence, i'll be participating
in 'mtj' and 'tm' discussions (to the best of my abilities)
and providing code.

-- stanley

Mika Hoikkala wrote:
> Nice to hear about you Stanley,
>
> You are welcome to join MTJ if you see it feasible.
>
> By "moving above functionality to Eclipse" do you mean that you could
> contribute code + resource to make it happen in practise?
>
> mho (=Mika Hoikkala, project lead for MTJ)
>
>
>
> Stanley Gambarin wrote:
>
>> I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.
>>
>> Background: we are currently providing ports
>> of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
>> I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
>> for (more or less) easy configuration of target
>> device and corresponding run/debug target.
>>
>> I would like to move above functionality to current
>> Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
>> concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
>> and not 'emulator management'.
>>
>> I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
>> configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/.
>>
>> thanks,
>> -- stanley
Re: we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #564052 is a reply to message #276] Mon, 31 October 2005 04:22 Go to previous message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 975
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Stanley,

many thanks for your interest. May we invite you to join the TM phone
conference next Monday Nov. 7 at 9am PST? Meeting details (call-in
number etc) will be sent out shortly.

I've had a look at your screenshots. They look like the Launch
Configuration Dialog, but there seems to be a little difference - it
appears that the tree of configurations supports more than one level in
your case. I find this noteworthy, since such an extension has been
proposed for Launch Configurations as well.

When you say "Move functionality to current Eclipse codebase", could you
also imagine contributing some code to Open Source?

Thanks,
Martin

Stanley Gambarin schrieb:
> I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.
>
> Background: we are currently providing ports
> of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
> I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
> for (more or less) easy configuration of target
> device and corresponding run/debug target.
>
> I would like to move above functionality to current
> Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
> concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
> and not 'emulator management'.
>
> I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
> configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/
>
> thanks,
> -- stanley
Re: we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #564082 is a reply to message #276] Mon, 31 October 2005 05:32 Go to previous message
Mika Hoikkala is currently offline Mika Hoikkala
Messages: 40
Registered: July 2009
Member
Nice to hear about you Stanley,

You are welcome to join MTJ if you see it feasible.

By "moving above functionality to Eclipse" do you mean that you could
contribute code + resource to make it happen in practise?

mho (=Mika Hoikkala, project lead for MTJ)



Stanley Gambarin wrote:
> I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.
>
> Background: we are currently providing ports
> of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
> I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
> for (more or less) easy configuration of target
> device and corresponding run/debug target.
>
> I would like to move above functionality to current
> Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
> concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
> and not 'emulator management'.
>
> I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
> configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/
>
> thanks,
> -- stanley
Re: we're interested (Apogee, Inc.) [message #564106 is a reply to message #291] Mon, 31 October 2005 20:53 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: stanley.apogee.com

Mika,

thanks for the welcome note. To answer your question,
yes, I need to implement similar functionality (already
present in WSDD) in Eclipse. Hence, i'll be participating
in 'mtj' and 'tm' discussions (to the best of my abilities)
and providing code.

-- stanley

Mika Hoikkala wrote:
> Nice to hear about you Stanley,
>
> You are welcome to join MTJ if you see it feasible.
>
> By "moving above functionality to Eclipse" do you mean that you could
> contribute code + resource to make it happen in practise?
>
> mho (=Mika Hoikkala, project lead for MTJ)
>
>
>
> Stanley Gambarin wrote:
>
>> I'll be the primary contact for Apogee, Inc.
>>
>> Background: we are currently providing ports
>> of IBM's JVM for various embedded platforms.
>> I've implemented a plugin (for WSDD) that allows
>> for (more or less) easy configuration of target
>> device and corresponding run/debug target.
>>
>> I would like to move above functionality to current
>> Eclipse codebase. Please note that I am more
>> concerned with the actual 'remote device management'
>> and not 'emulator management'.
>>
>> I've placed a couple of screenshots of current
>> configuration on http://apogee.com/stanley/
>>
>> thanks,
>> -- stanley
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