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Revision as of 13:24, 20 February 2014

CDT/Linux Tools/PTP Summit at EclipseCon 2014

Join us for the two-day CDT/Linux Tools/PTP Summit at EclipseCon 2014 in San Francisco, CA.
It will be held Monday and Tuesday March 17-18, 2014 and is open to all committers, contributors and interested parties that are registered for EclipseCon. Register here.
The below agenda may evolve as proposed topics are added and attendees sign-up.

To help structure the summit, please:

  1. add your name to the attendees section below
  2. add agenda items you would like to see discussed

Sponsors

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Monday

9:00-9:30

  • Welcome and agenda adjustment

9:30-12:00

  • Status and general discussion
  • Presentation of the importance of CDT for PolarSys and other Eclipse Working Groups. (10mn by Gaël Blondelle)
  • New CDT release schedule
  • Hudson instance per project
  • Community livelihood

12:00-13:00

  • Lunch provided by EclipseCon

13:00-15:00

  • New Launch UI (Vladimir Prus)
  • UX Improvements from Momentics to push upstream (Doug Schaefer)
    • ToolBar clean up where we removed everything but a new ToolBar that helps managed launch configurations and builds for those configs.
    • New Project wizard.
    • Kits: a bag of settings for the various build, debug, and other tools that make up a software development kit.
  • State of Multicore Debugging with CDT (Marc Khouzam)

15:00-15:30

  • Break

15:30-17:30

  • General user-friendliness issues
  • New C/C++ Refactorings (Sergey Prigogin)
  • Codan and static analysis
  • Other?

18:00

  • Summit dinner free of charge at the Elephant Bar restaurant, 7-min walk from the Hyatt. Click here for directions, 30 people.


Tuesday

9:00-10:00

  • Eclipse keynote - Eclipse: The Next 10 Years

10:15-11:50

  • Joint recap and minor topics: support for older GDBs, Java 7, etc.
  • Standalone CDT Debugger (Jeff Johnston or Roland?)
  • Standalone Trace Tool (Alexandre Montplaisir)
  • Eclipse on JavaFX, a new Java based UI framework (Doug Schaefer)

11:50-13:00

  • Lunch provided by EclipseCon

13:00-15:35

  • CDT for the Yocto project (Jessica Zhang - Eclipse Integration maintainer for Yocto)
  • LLVM/CLang static analysis integration in CDT (Dominique Toupin)
  • Remote Services Framework (Greg Watson)

15:35-16:15

  • Break

16:15-18:00

  • Dynamic-printf (Marc Khouzam)
  • Future plans
  • Other?

19:00

  • Summit dinner/beer/wine free of charge and BOF-style discussions at the Hyatt, 40 people, bring a friend of CDT, LinuxTools, PTP!

Attendees

  1. Marc Khouzam - Ericsson
    • Debug, Multicore, Visualizer, Usability/user-friendliness
  2. Sergey Prigogin - Google
    • Indexing, Codan, Refactoring, Usability/user-friendliness
  3. Dominique Toupin - Ericsson
    • Multicore debug, Codan, Yocto usability, Linux Tracing
  4. Vladimir Prus - Mentor Graphics
    • Build (including Yocto), Debug (Remote, JTAG), Tracing, Codan, Usability
  5. Xavier Raynaud - Kalray
    • Debug (Remote, JTAG), Tracing, Multicore, Management of multi-platform applications (How to build/run/debug application running on x86+several embedded systems)
  6. Doug Schaefer - QNX/BlackBerry
    • Everything but UX especially
  7. David Cummings - QNX/BlackBerry
    • Ditto
  8. Glen Anderson - Analog Devices, Inc.
    • UX, Debug, Tracing, Heterogeneous Multicore
  9. Alexandre Montplaisir - Ericsson
    • Tracing, UX
  10. Gaël Blondelle - Eclipse Foundation / PolarSys
    • Embedded systems
  11. Jessica Zhang - Intel/Yocto
    • Eclipse Integration for Yocto
  12. Leo Treggiari - Intel
  13. Jesper Eskilson - IAR Systems
    • Embedded systems, multi-core
  14. William Riley - Renesas
    • Debug (Embedded), Multicore, Tracing, Indexing, Codan, UX
  15. Beth Tibbitts - NCSA
    • PTP
  16. Reibert Arbring - Ericsson
    • Embedded systems, multi-core
  17. Jeff Johnston - Red Hat
    • Debug
  18. Roland Grunberg - Red Hat
    • Linux Tools
  19. Greg Watson - IBM
    • Intersection with PTP
  20. Ryan Thompson - Qualcomm
    • Debug, System level test, new user experience
  21. Jeremy Webb - ARM
    • Debug, Trace
  22. Dave Wagner - ARM