RedNova: In building applications for Intel processors, many programmers choose to go straight to the source and use software development tools offered by the company that designed the silicon. For developers working in the Eclipse environment, Santa Clara, Calif.- based Intel (www.intel.coni) recently announced support for the platform in both its Intel VTune Performance Analyzer 3.0 and Intel C++ Compiler 8.1 for Linux.
"Eclipse gives us a new and exciting environment to support with our development tools," says James Reinders, director of marketing for Intel's Software Products Division. "We've integrated our C++ compiler under Eclipse and have used it to give our VTune Performance Analyzer for Linux a GUI framework. We're also a part of the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform Project."
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