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[cdt-dev] Linux Tools release (was Re: 0.1.0 released!)

Sorry, cdt-dev, I should have clarified that 0.1.0 was the Linux Tools release :)


* Andrew Overholt <overholt@xxxxxxxxxx> [2009-02-11 12:46]:
> We are proud to announce the first release of the Linux Tools project,
> version 0.1.0.  It is available now from
>  Our update site URL is:
> Originally focused largely on Linux distribution packaging issues related
> to Eclipse components, this project has evolved to become what we hope will
> be the central place for the development of tools to create a full-featured
> IDE for Linux developers.  These tools will include:
>   * memory and call profiling tools
>   * tools to integrate common build systems with the CDT's build
>     mechanisms
>   * bridges between common API documentation and the CDT's hover help
>     mechanism for both C and C++
>   * Linux packaging tools including an RPM specfile editor
>   * unit testing and code coverage tools
>   * local/remote tracing via SystemTap and other frameworks
> We have not forgotten our roots, though, and continue to try to lower
> barriers to entry for Eclipse technology going into Linux distributions.
> This 0.1 release includes:
>   * GNU Autotools integration with the CDT's build system
>   * an RPM specfile editor
>   * a ChangeLog editor and tools to automatically generate entries
>   * single-click profiling with OProfile and integration with source code
>   * a tool to ease packaging of Eclipse plugins as RPMs
>   * a rich editor for SystemTap scripts
>   * single-click profiling with Valgrind including source code
>     integration and massif and memcheck support
> Our new and noteworthy page contains screenshots and items of interest:
> We encourage people to try out this release and offer us feedback.  Being
> our 0.1.0 release, you may run into bugs.  If so, please file them here:
>  We are
> always listening for feedback on our newsgroup and mailing list.  As usual,
> contributions are always welcome!
> Thanks to our development team for working hard to get this release ready.
> Alphonse van Assche
> Elliott Baron
> Jeff Johnston
> Alex Kurtakov
> Phil Muldoon
> Andrew Overholt
> Kent Sebastian
> Looking forward to 0.2,
> Andrew

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