Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 28th Nov 2011 21:49 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "This morning, ARM is taking a significant step toward ironing out Android's multiple versioning issues that Linus Torvalds himself called a 'hodgepodge' earlier this year. It's releasing suites of developers' tools, including a free community edition, of its ARM Developers Studio (DS-5), this time including a graphical debugger that it says will eliminate the need for devs to use a clunky, command-line debugger for tuning native code."
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by Narishma on Tue 29th Nov 2011 00:27 UTC
Narishma
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2005-07-06

This article makes no sense. How does ARM releasing a free version of their IDE change anything about the incompatibilities between ARM systems that Linus talks about?

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RE: wat
by moondevil on Tue 29th Nov 2011 09:23 in reply to "wat"
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2005-07-08

I also do not understand.

Plus it is already possible to use Eclipse CDT to do exactly what the article describes.

Another wannabe journalist without any computing experience talking about what he does not know.

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