San Diego '99
Application Development Across UNIX & NT
- Topic Area:
- Track: UNIX
- Topic: Intergration w/Windows NT
- Type: Breakout Session
04:30 PM Duration:
- Daniel Gilfix
- Java Business Mgr, UNIX SW Division, Compaq Computer Corporation
- Many applications must now be developed and deployed in mixed-platform environments that include Windows desktops and servers running a variety of systems. If you are a C, C++, or Fortran developer and you are developing in such a mixed-platform environment from a Windows desktop, you will want to know about Compaq’s Enterprise Toolkit. Enterprise Toolkit extends the popular Microsoft Visual C++ and Compaq Visual Fortran development environments so that you can use them very effectively to develop software for Tru64 UNIX, Linux, HP-UX, Solaris and OpenVMS. This approach allows you to use the powerful features of these environments including advanced source editors, code browsing, a tight edit-build cycle, integrated code management, and integrated language and system documentation to develop easily for both servers and Windows from a single desktop and development environment.
This session describes the challenges developers face in developing in a mixed-platform environment and the benefits of Compaq’s solution: Enterprise Toolkit. You will learn about the features of Enterprise Toolkit and how it allows you to develop effectively in C, C++, and/or Fortran in a mixed NT-UNIX environment. This session will also cover the portfolio of tools for debugging, tuning, and analyzing the run-time behavior of your multi-threaded, multi-process Tru64 UNIX server applications.
- Prerequisites for attendees:
- Required Skill Level:
Assumes general knowledge of topic, familiarity w/basic terms & procedures
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