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Software Keeps Developers Abreast Of Processor Technology

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Claimed to be the first multi-language, multi-target, and multi-host IDE, the SCORE development environment includes components that can adapt pre-written code to new microprocessors. Via the company's proprietary technology, architecture neutral distribution format (ANDF), an installer and specific parts of a run-time system will be developed for the target when a new processor is designed.
Once the installer is generated, compilers instantly exist for all programming languages that have a producer in place. Any existing applications in those languages can then be ported to the new chip. It is said that having code portability and the ability to reuse code was the reason for developing ANDF.
According to the company, the application has the ability to more affordably move applications to another target and provides fast or secret retargeting to target architectures of the future.

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