DDC-I to support enhanced Wind River Workbench and VxWorks

PHOENIX, 16 Feb. 2007. DDC-I in Phoenix announced support for Wind River Workbench 2.6 and VxWorks 6.4. The integration, which marks three generations of SCORE support for VxWorks, enables developers working within Wind River Workbench to use SCORE tools to develop mixed Ada, C, and Embedded C++ applications for deployment on VxWorks target systems.

PHOENIX, 16 Feb. 2007. DDC-I in Phoenix announced support for Wind River Workbench 2.6 and VxWorks 6.4. The integration, which marks three generations of SCORE support for VxWorks, enables developers working within Wind River Workbench to use SCORE tools to develop mixed Ada, C, and Embedded C++ applications for deployment on VxWorks target systems.

"The latest release of Wind River Workbench contains significant enhancements that simplify the development process and provide access to the latest Eclipse technology," says Bob Morris, president and chief executive officer of DDC-I. "We believe these enhancements will be very attractive to Workbench developers who want to use our SCORE compilers to create mixed-language, safety-critical applications targeting both VxWorks and bare board run-time systems."

Wind River Workbench 2.6 provides a number of significant enhancements, including support for the new Eclipse 3.2.1 framework.

To support existing Eclipse users, Workbench can be installed as a set of plug-ins to an existing 3.2 installation, thereby enabling users to preserve existing Eclipse projects and configurations. Workbench 2.6 also features new plug-ins for VxWorks, including support for on-chip debugging, enhanced performance for projects with a large number of files, and an enhanced kernel object viewer.

SCORE provides optimizing compilers for Ada, C, and Embedded C ++, all of which pass the applicable ACATS, PlumHall, Perennial, and FCVS compiler validation suites. To support VxWorks, DDC-I has mapped its own bare run-time system to VxWorks, including all system calls, multitasking, and interrupt processing facilities.

For more information contact DDC-I online at www.ddci.com.

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