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QTe & eRCP

It seems after some dancing with legal, eRCP finally has a QTe implementation available. Once I track down a QTe-enabled device, I’ll post some screenshots with a simple application. I’ll also try to have something ready for EclipseWorld to demo.

In my opinion, it’s exciting to see Eclipse being pushed towards the embedded space more and more (it’s also nice to hear that Wind River is donating a ton of code). On a side note, I’m off to New York City tomorrow which apparently is hotter than Austin, TX at the moment 🙁

  • Brent Metz

    There’s a ton of IBMers (myself included) in the area for SpeechTEK August 7-10 in the Times Square Marriott Marquis. If you’re around swing by and say hi!

  • Brent Metz

    There’s a ton of IBMers (myself included) in the area for SpeechTEK August 7-10 in the Times Square Marriott Marquis. If you’re around swing by and say hi!

  • zx

    nice, we’ll sync up then 😉

    I’m going to enjoy NYC most of this upcoming weekend 😉

  • zx

    nice, we’ll sync up then ;)I’m going to enjoy NYC most of this upcoming weekend 😉

  • Anonymous

    Hi Chris,
    could you ask Marc Rogalski, the leader of eRCP, to start blogging? There is not much information available about mobile Eclipse-technology.

    I’d like to know if Motorola is still involved in eRCP because the QTe-port was done by IBM.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Chris,could you ask Marc Rogalski, the leader of eRCP, to start blogging? There is not much information available about mobile Eclipse-technology.I’d like to know if Motorola is still involved in eRCP because the QTe-port was done by IBM.

  • Anonymous

    but but .. If the QTe /eSWT licenses are considered compatible now … The suspected licences conflict that supposingly halt the publication of the QT port SWT (the normal one not embedded) is still real ?

  • Anonymous

    but but .. If the QTe /eSWT licenses are considered compatible now … The suspected licences conflict that supposingly halt the publication of the QT port SWT (the normal one not embedded) is still real ?