Eden tools

Phil Lumish <phil@lexa.com>
30 Jun 1996 16:30:58 -0400

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From: Phil Lumish <phil@lexa.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 30 Jun 1996 16:30:58 -0400
Organization: Lexa Software Corporation
Keywords: tools, available

Lexa Software offers Eden (Enterprise Development Environment) Tools for
C/C++ development. Eden provides compilers and utilities for both native
and cross platform development.

The core of these tools is a set of C/C++ compilers that support:

Development and Deployment Platforms: UTS 2.1 and 4.x, SGI R4400 IRIX
5.x, RS/6000 AIX, SPARC/Solaris 2.x, SPARC/SunOS 4.1.x, Pyramid DC/OSx,
SNI SINIX, PowerPC AIX, PowerPC Windows NT, DEC Alpha Windows NT.

In addition Eden offers these utilities that let the developer generate
executables on the development platform that run directly on the
deployment platform: as:assembler, ar:archiver, ld:link editor for
object file, nm:print name list of object file, lorder:find ordering
relation for an object or library archive, tsort:topological sort.

Eden is designed to let the developer use a current version of an OS to
develop applications for a new version of that OS before the new OS is
readily available to users. It also permits development on a mainframe
or workstation or both. Eden supports standard industry debuggers such
as gdb/ddd.

In Lexa's C++ Compilers Eden supports: ANSI C++ mode, Cfront 2.1
compatibility mode, Cfront 3.0 compatibility mode, mixed ANSI C++ and
Cfront constructs. In the c compilers Eden supports: ANSI C mode, K&R
mode, Mixed mode which adds features to ANSI to facilitate the porting
of older programs.

Eden supports the following standards: ANSI c X3.159-1989, ANSI C++ X3J
16/95-0087 (draft), XOPEN XPG4, System V Interface Definitions (SVR4
targets), C++ ABI compliant for Sun C++ 4.0, MIPS ABI compliant for SGI
IRIX 5.3, Pyramid DC/OSx and SNI SINIX.

Our web pages are at http://www.lexa.com

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