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Shared future - Eclipse makes it easier to move between embedded operating systems and target platforms

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Until recently, a change in embedded operating system or processor generally meant that the embedded software engineer had to change the whole development environment too. Now, the embedded software developer has a new opportunity to standardise on an environment that will offer a new level of consistency across different embedded software environments - it's called Eclipse. Eclipse is not an embedded environment. It is a platform that allows companies to plug in their own tools using a standard mechanism and offers a standard user interface. How the tool works and what the tool does may well vary from processor to processor or operating system to operating system, but the IDE stays the same. And the general look and feel with be very similar

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Electronics Systems and Software  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 1 )