SIGAda Conference, Fairfax, VA, November 5, 2007. DDC-I, a leading supplier of development tools for safety-critical applications, today announced that it has joined the Eclipse Foundation’s new open-source Hibachi project.
DDC-I, a founding member of the Hibachi Workgroup, will work closely with other project members to develop a common Eclipse-based Ada environment that can accommodate Eclipse-based Ada tools, application software, and other plug-ins from multiple suppliers. DDC-I will also work to provide Hibachi compatibility for its Eclipse-based SCORE®-Ada and OpenArbor mixed language development tools, which are optimized for safety-critical applications.
Hibachi is a sub-project of the Eclipse Tools Project. Its mission is to develop an industrial-strength, vendor-neutral Ada integrated development environment (IDE) that provides a benchmark for measuring all other Ada environments. The open Eclipse-based IDE will also serve as a platform for integrating value-added Ada plug-ins from other vendors, thereby enhancing and extending the Ada ecosystem.
“We are very excited to have DDC-I participate and contribute in the Eclipse Hibachi project”, said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. “It is also an important statement of support for Hibachi that DDC-I will be supporting their commercial products on this platform.”
DDC-I is a long-time Eclipse member and a pioneer in the development of standard C, Ada, and Java tools and run-time platforms for safety-critical applications. DDC-I introduced the first real-time Ada debugger, the first validated 1750A Ada compiler, the first FAA-certified multitasking run-time system, the first ANDF Ada 95 compiler, and the first compiler to pass Ada Conformity Assessment Test Suite. DDC-I is also a member of the Safety-Critical Java Expert Group (JSR 302), whose mission is to create a subset of real-time Java suitable for safety-critical applications requiring FAA certification.
“DDC-I looks forward to working with the Eclipse and Hibachi community to develop a common Eclipse-based Ada environment that fosters multi-vendor interoperability, simplifies mixed-language development, and makes it easy for safety-critical developers to combine our best-of-breed development tools with top-notch tools from other vendors,” said Bob Morris, president of DDC-I. “We are committed to offering the industry’s most advanced Eclipse-based compiler and debug technology for developing mixed-language Ada, C, and Java safety-critical applications.”
About the Eclipse Foundation
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About DDC-I, Inc.
DDC-I, Inc. is a global supplier of software development tools, custom software development services, and legacy software system modernization solutions, with a primary focus on safety-critical applications. DDC-I’s customer base is an impressive “who’s who” in the commercial, military, aerospace, and safety-critical industries. DDC-I offers compilers, integrated development environments and run-time systems for real-time Java, C, Embedded C++, Ada, and JOVIAL application development. For more information regarding DDC-I products, contact DDC-I at 1825 E. Northern Ave., Suite #125, Phoenix, Arizona 85020; phone (602) 275-7172; fax (602) 252-6054; e-mail email@example.com