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Christoph Gutjahr (ANF)
|AmigaDE: CodeWarrior for AmigaDE|
Gary Peak, Amiga Inc., did the following expression in a posting on the AmigaOne mailing list (title link):
«As you may or may not know, Code Warrior has agreed to develop a professional IDE for the DE. We are still talking details so I can't give any at this time.»
CodeWarrior is a very popular developer environment available for different systems (MacOS, PalmOS, and more). It is being developed by Metrowerks.
Martina Jacobs has compiled more information on this topic:
The cross-platform-compiler CodeWarrior supports C, C++, Java, and assembly programming languages and is being used by more than 200,000 developers in over 80 countries all over the world to create platforms and applications for desktops and embedded systems.
The open architecture of this integrated development system allows to add new programming languages and computing platforms to it's IDE with relative ease. From the CodeWarrior White Papers you can learn more about this multi-architecture, how to use GNU tools in CodeWarrior and how to import makefiles.
CodeWarrior comprises a multitude of developer tools for different platforms / processors. Here you will find a list and detailed descriptions of these tools.
Processors by Motorola:
Processors by others:
CodeWarrior is being developed, marketed, and supported by Metrowerks.
Metrowerks was founded in 1985 in Montreal, Canada. 10 years later the corporate headquarters were moved to Austin, Texas. Metrowerks has offices in Silicon Valley, Europe, India, and Tokyo. In September 1999 Metrowerks became an independently operating subsidiary of Motorola.
They have strategic partnerships with several important companies including Apple Computer, Microsoft® Corporation, Sun Microsystems®, and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.. (sd) (Translation: mj)
[News message: 08. Jul. 2001, 15:53] [Comments: 0]
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