Doug Abbott - Embedded Linux Development Using Eclipse
Save Time and Money - Design and Develop Embedded Systems Using Eclipse! The Eclipse platform is a framework for building Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) and complex "rich-client" applications. Eclipse is useful for many software development tasks such as target management, device debugging, and building GUIs for mobile devices. Doug Abbott takes a hands-on approach to Eclipse, starting with the basics and continuing through to advanced features utilizing UML and CVS. Key Topics. - Eclipse Is Open Source. Utilize the breadth and functionality created by its community. - Get Started. Learn basic concepts and how to configure Eclipse. - Real World Projects. Create, build, and debug projects using the C/C++ Developer's Toolkit. - Lots of Eclipse Plug-ins. Extend functionality by developing and exporting plug-ins. - Device Software Development Platform. Easily manage resources on remote systems. - Lynux Works, Monta Vista, and Wind River. Learn how these embedded Linux vendors create their own tools using Eclipse. - Eclipse Public Licensing. Find out how to comply.