GNATbench Version 2.0 Embraces Eclipse 3.2

Oct. 8, 2008
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS CONFERENCE, San Jose, CA. – Available soon, the GNATbench Version 2.0 will debut as a major enhancement to the GNATbench Eclipse-based plug-in, which supports native Eclipse and Wind River’s Eclipse-based Workbench

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS CONFERENCE, San Jose, CA. – Available soon, the GNATbench Version 2.0 will debut as a major enhancement to the GNATbench Eclipse-based plug-in, which supports native Eclipse and Wind River’s Eclipse-based Workbench software development environments. Upgraded with capabilities to support Eclipse 3.2, the upgrade provides development teams using the Eclipse 3.2 framework with advanced Ada language support and a fully integrated GNAT Pro Ada toolset for multi-language development, sophisticated editing, browsing, debugging, and comprehensive compilation. Added features include full Ada perspective, support for project Clean command, builder console now displays build commands and resulting messages, automatic code completion after the dot in unit names or record object names, and project navigator automatically refreshes after a build so results can be seen. ADACORE, New York, NY. (212) 620-7300.

Company: ADACORE, New York, NY. (212) 620-7300.

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