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The Yocto Project Eclipse Plug-In – ELCE 2011

Jessica Zhang is Software Engineer at Intel and works on Yocto Application Development Kit (ADT) and its Eclipse plug-in. She presented Yocto Project Eclipse Plug-in at Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2011.

Abstract:
Yocto project is an open source collaboration project that aims at helping embedded Linux software developers, either for system or application development. The Yocto Eclipse plug-in provides an effective integrated development environment that is based on the widely adopted Eclipse CDT and TCF extensions. It allows user to seamlessly interact with various Yocto project development tools. Yocto 1.0 targeted application developers via cross toolchains and sysroot setup, with remote deploy, debug and analysis. For 1.1, we have added support in the Yocto Eclipse plug-ins for system development through interaction with the bitbake UI interface for a Yocto bitbake commander type project. This talk will demo the end-to-end usage flows of Yocto Eclipse plug-in for both system and application development. Audience would be embedded developers who are interested in the Yocto project to help streamline their system or application development cycle.

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