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Eclipse-based embedded IDE combines best of proprietary and do it yourself worlds

Software development tools for embedded systems have evolved in an interesting direction. In this paper, the evolution of embedded development tools offerings is tracked, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. You can then see how Express Logic has overcome the weaknesses of all previous options, delivering to the marketplace an IDE that is Eclipse based, customised for embedded development, yet at a price point that is well below that of existing commercial offerings.

John A Carbone

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