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CS114: Lecture 10 Software development, packages, networking tools HW3 due tonight! HW4 out this afternoon due in two weeks
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Software development Windows model: all-in-one GUI Microsoft Visual Studio, Metrowerks CodeWarrior ... MATLAB, DrJava UNIX model: editor + tools Emacs or vim Compiler ( cc , javac , ...) Every unix system has at least cc Many (including Apple) use gcc Build manager make (other tools exist: cons , ...)
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Make Complex combinations of commands Compile, link, install, javadoc, ... Only recompile what's actually changed Manage dependencies among files [demo]
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Other useful development tools Debugger gdb (has nice Emacs integration) Profiler gprof Version control cvs , svn , rcs Linker, assembler ld , as – usually called by compiler
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Options for a development environment All-in-one GUI: eclipse, etc. Everything through your editor: Emacs ...
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