Wouldn’t it be nice if your software development team could use one common set of development tools based on the latest, stable upstream versions for your Red Hat Enterprise Linux development? Think of all the extra years of open source innovation – the features, optimizations and new standards support it would allow your team to build into your products. That would be great, wouldn’t it?
Fortunately, this is already available to you today, and in this blog post I’ll explain how it works and how you can get it. Red Hat Developer Toolset provides a set of additional tools installed in parallel with those delivered as part of Red Hat Enterprise Linux itself. Currently featuring the GCC C/C++ compiler and GDB debugger and backed up by Red Hat’s solid customer support, Red Hat Developer Toolset 1.0 is a great way to unlock performance in your team and your software very easily.
And if you’re already a Red Hat Developer Program subscriber, you can install the tools right now. The Red Hat Developer Toolset version 1.1 Beta, released in October 2012,
showcased a good number of additional performance analysis tools. We’re just getting started with this new offering and have plans to include other tools in the future.
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