Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Red Hat Releases its Open Source Developer Tools

Red Hat Inc. releases its open source beta tool for C and C++ developer tools for working with its enterprise Linux platform. New features such as Eclipse IDE, the GNU compiler collection (GCC) and other, are available in Red Hat Developer Toolset by company developer program and subscription to its Red Hat Enterprise Linux offering, including the no-cost option.

In latest version 6.0 beta, has new updates to many those components, supports other architecture besides intel, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Power and Red Hat Enterprise Linux for z systems, in addition to being available for the first time on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server for ARM developer preview. This development tools offering provides an option for Linux developers in addition to the default tools included with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 or 7.

Red Hat delivers its latest stable versions for C and C++ and supporting development tools to enhance developer productivity and improve deployment times. In latest version makes possible to compile once and deploy to multiple version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It helps coders more quickly create, diagnose, and debug applications in the development stage and then can help them analyze application performance to isolate memory errors and management problems.

Those applications can then be deployed natively on its enterprise Linux distributions or on the cloud-based OpenShift by Red Hat.

In new release to Red Hat software collection 2.3 Beta include several open source database and Open source languages is now included as its own software collection and not as part of Red Hat Developer Toolset.

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