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C/C++ plus more...

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 20:12, 29/4/2004 | , , , ,
 
Castl<!---->e - 32bitCastle have announced a subscription based system for their C/C++ development suite. The suite was first launched in October 2002 and allows RISC OS developers to compile 32bit compatible software.
Castle said "This step aims to ensure that RISC OS developers see a continuous flow of improvements to the development suite, providing better code density and performance for RISC OS applications than ever before. In addition features introduced into ARM development tools in the embedded world over the last few years will now be brought to the RISC OS platform for the first time."
Subscription will cost 59 pa (45 if payed by direct debit before 31st May). "New purchases of the development suite at a RRP of 199 inc vat will include a subscription for the first year". Full details can be found on the IYONIX website.

Links:
Castle C Support
Press Release

 

  C/C++ plus more...
  flibble (12:59 4/5/2004)
 
Peter Howkins Message #92904, posted by flibble at 12:59, 4/5/2004
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aka we've sold it to everyone we think will buy it, now let's sell it to them again.
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