Eclipse Day 2010
rob at ti.com
Fri Sep 3 15:11:10 BST 2010
better support for cross development in linuxtools plugin would be nice, IMHO.
The oprofile/systemtap/etc support looks interesting, but when I looked at it last those features were assuming that eclipse was running on the same machine that oprofile/systemtap/etc was running on.
a simulated local environment might be an option, but when I looked last, qemu couldn't hack it when it came to neon/vfp. (Has there been some improvement in that area recently? I've not been keeping track.)
On Sep 3, 2010, at 7:59 AM, Tom Gall wrote:
> Eclipse is certainly an interesting full function development
> environment for those that want more than vim|emacs and friends from
> the command line.
> How far of a solution would you advocate?
> Native on arm - edit / build / debug / perf tools / others?
> edit on intel / cross build (intel -> arm) / cross debug / cross perf
> tools / others?
> Should the solution have the ability to roll system images in some fashion?
> What's the definition of cross above? It is just be able to call cross
> compilers or should it include the ability to deploy an app to a
> remote arm system and debug it in some fashion?
> Should the solution be akin to android in the ability to run a
> simulated arm system local on the box?
> Seems like perhaps a good UDS/Linaro session.
> On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 6:13 AM, Loïc Minier <loic.minier at linaro.org> wrote:
>> Slides from Eclipse Day 2010 were just published at:
>> I think we're lacking in developers tools ATM, and found some
>> presentations interesting, the two I read in full were:
>> Eclipse Linux Tools Project - Andrew Overholt (Red Hat)
>> which I recommend and:
>> Android Tools for Eclipse - Xavier Ducrohet (Google)
>> which I don't recommend.
>> Loïc Minier
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