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Palm OS Developer Suite

Wed Aug 11, 2004 - 11:36 PM EDT - By Michael Ducker

According to PalmInfoCenter.com, PalmSource released the 1.0.0 version of their new Palm OS Developer Suite.

"As Palm OS devices move into a broader range of deployments, our tools strategy is evolving to address a broadening range of developers. The Palm OS Developer Suite is a new tool chain from PalmSource that provides software developers, enterprises and mature ISVs with an easier and faster path to develop robust applications, and successful business solutions. With Palm OS Developer Suite, programmers will have a parallel development path for creating ARM-native software applications, and 68K software applications that run on Palm OS 4, Palm OS Garnet and Palm OS Cobalt, through PACE (the Palm Application Compatibility Environment). No other single development tool provides these capabilities.

The Palm OS Developer Suite integrates Palm OS SDKs and tools into the open source Eclipse IDE. The Eclipse platform is a foundation for constructing and running integrated end-to-end software development tools. The platform consists of open source software components that tool vendors use to construct solutions that plug in to integrated software workbenches."

The 196 MB download and source code can be found in a zip file here. Release notes for the 1.0.0 version can be found here.

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