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IBM Releases OpenSource EGL Development Tools

dd1968 (1174479) writes | more than 2 years ago

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dd1968 writes "Today IBM announced the release (http://www.eclipse.org/edt/)
of a new set of OpenSource development tools based on their EGL programming language.

The announcement (https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/3e2b35ae-d3b1-4008-adee-2b31d4be5c92/entry/the_open_era_for_egl_begins_today?lang=en) describes the tools as being built from the ground up on an "open, extensible compiler and generator framework".

The one-language approach places an abstraction layer between the developer and target languages, frameworks, and runtime platforms."

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