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Sorry to hear. I actually just spoke to some of my colleagues at the current client about a rather slow or inactive impression the Automotive Eclipse distro made in recent years.

I may ask the colleagues who are responsible for tooling at the client (Visteon) if in there was enough interest and resources to get involved.

Of standard Eclipse projects or plugins, I can mention a few like C/C++ or Xtext (both similar to what's in the Automotive IDE) as well as PyDev for other scripts. Most other tools are company-specific, although customers and partners (e.g. car makers) also use some of them, so trying to make selected tools available in an Open Source ecosystem could be beneficial.

Can't promise anything, but I will spread the news and question to my colleagues and ask them what they think.

Kind Regards,

Werner Keil Eclipse UOMo Lead, Babel Language Champion | JSR 363 Co Spec Lead | Apache Committer

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Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2016 12:48:12 +0100
From: Stephan Eberle <stephan.eberle@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: Automotive Industry Working Group <auto-iwg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [auto-iwg] Eclipse Automotive IDE
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The Eclipse Automotive IDE is an Eclipse package that is dedicated to users
in the automotive industry and available for download at [1].
Detailed information about its content and the motivation behind it can be
found here [2].

Over the past years, this package has been maintained and kept up to date
through a joint activity of Continental and itemis. This year however,
Continental has discontinued their support.

In order to guarantee the continued availability of the Eclipse Automotive
IDE, we need a new partner to step in because at itemis we don't have the
resources to provide the necessary support on our own.

So, my question is: Who is still interested in the Eclipse Automotive IDE?
Are the any volunteers ready to support and contribute to this activity?


Kind regards,

?Dr. Stephan Eberle
Managing Director / R&D Director France

Mobile: +33 (0)6 64 18 39 10 (preferred)
Phone: +33 (0)9 86 35 99 25

Mail: stephan.eberle@xxxxxxxxxx

itemis France SAS
6 rue Dewoitine
Immeuble SAPHIR
78140 V?lizy-Villacoublay
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