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Atego embedded developer supports VxWorks systems

05 Dec 2013

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Atego has rolled out the Atego ApexAda Embedded Developer 5.0, which supports language features in Ada 2005 and provides solution for editing, compiling, debugging, testing, managing, and executing Ada applications on Wind River's VxWorks RTOS version with support for Intel x86 processors. The company says the developer passes all available Ada Conformity Assessment Test Suite (ACATS) tests. Atego TestMate is also included in the product to allow for automation of the testing process, including regression testing and coverage analysis. TestMate lets developers compose test cases into test suites that can be executed and evaluated automatically.

"The Ada language remains a primary staple in the mil/aero industry for complex mission and safety-critical systems as evidenced by the roll-out of new and upgraded capability being provided by Wind River development tool partners like Atego," said Chip Downing, Senior Director, Aerospace & Defence Business Unit at Wind River. "Atego's latest ApexAda release exemplifies the continuing demand for advanced engineering tools and effective real-time execution platforms to our joint customers."

The Atego ApexAda Embedded Developer Enterprise Edition package includes both native and cross compilers to speed initial development and testing cycles. It also incorporates a sophisticated architectural and build control mechanism, configuration management and version control (CMVC) capabilities to help development teams keep control of their updates and manage changes to their application code.

Atego ApexAda Embedded Developer 5.0 is fully released and immediately available for code development on Solaris/SPARC and Linux/Intel platforms host platforms and targets Intel x86-based VxWorks 6.9 execution. Product licence pricing is available on request.

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