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Embedded Linux Development Using Eclipse by Doug Abbott

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Chapter 6. Device Software Development Platform

The Eclipse Device Software Development Platform (DSDP) extends CDT to address specific needs of embedded device software developers. It consists of six subprojects, some of which are farther along than others:

  • Target Management (TM)
  • Remote System Explorer (RSE)
  • Native Application Builder (NAB)
  • Embedded Rich Client Platform (eRCP)
  • Mobile Tools for the Java Platform (MTJ)
  • Tools for Mobile Linux (TmL)

In this chapter, we'll take a closer look at Target Management and the Native Application Builder. The Embedded Rich Client Platform is tied in with plug-in development that we'll explore in the next chapter. Mobile Tools for Java and Tools for Mobile Linux are currently in an “incubation” stage, making ...

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