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RE: [cdt-dev] Microsoft VisualC++ toolchain

> Actually, I've totally stopped work on the win32 debugger. Someone from
> Symbian offered at EclipseCon to help, but I haven't heard any further.

we looked at doing this when we did our initial investigation, but have decided against it.
-- Lars

Douglas Schaefer <dschaefe@xxxxxxxxxx>
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08/06/2005 02:26

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RE: [cdt-dev] Microsoft VisualC++ toolchain

Actually, I've totally stopped work on the win32 debugger. Someone from
Symbian offered at EclipseCon to help, but I haven't heard any further.

Is this toolchain support built on top of the managed builder? If so, the
managed build team could add it as a new plugin to compliment their gnu

Doug Schaefer, Senior Software Developer
Ottawa Lab, IBM Rational Software Division

"Recoskie, Chris" <crecoskie@xxxxxx>
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06/07/2005 07:40 PM
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"CDT General developers list."

"Emiliano Lesende" <emiliano.lesende@xxxxxxxxx>, "CDT General developers
list." <cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>

RE: [cdt-dev] Microsoft VisualC++ toolchain

Your plugin definitely sounds interesting and would complement the
prototype Win32 debugger nicely.  Doug Schaefer is doing the Win32
debugger in his spare time, you should ping him if you have questions
about it or would like to contribute to it.

Personally I don?t see a problem in theory with your toolchain becoming a
part of CDT somehow, as long as it works with CDT 3.0, and as long as it?s
going to be maintained.  Since the 3.0 release is going into the release
candidate cycle soon it?s probably most appropriate to think of this as a
potential activity that we?d look at post-3.0

Perhaps once your plugin is finished you could demo it for us so that the
build committers and other interested parties could have a look at it.


Chris Recoskie
Software Designer
IDE Frameworks Group
Texas Instruments, Toronto

From: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Emiliano Lesende
Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2005 7:18 PM
To: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [cdt-dev] Microsoft VisualC++ toolchain

Is anyone interested in this?
On 6/6/05, Emiliano Lesende <emiliano.lesende@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
For the past few weeks I've been developing a new plug-in which includes
Microsoft VisualC++ toolchain, including but not limited to:

- NMake makefile generation
- Scaner configuration discovery profile
- Environment supplier
- Automatic configuration

I'm very close to finish the plug-in; is it possible to contribute back to
CDT? Who should I talk to? I would mantain this plug-in, and also I would
like to became an official developer for CDT.

One more thing, I saw on CVS that there is a Win32 debugger on the works.
I tried it but hangs misserably trying to set a breakpoint. Who is
reponsible for this code? I would like to help coding it and testing.

Best regards,
Emiliano Lesende
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