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# Alexander Kurtakov - Red Hat
#* Everything
#* Everything

Revision as of 04:56, 25 February 2016

CDT/Linux Tools/PTP/Trace Compass Summit at EclipseCon 2016

A one-day CDT/Linux Tools/PTP/Trace Compass Summit will be held at EclipseCon 2016 in Reston, Virgina, on Monday March 7th, 2016. This summit is open to registered attendees of EclipseCon. Please register here. It is an informal gathering of committers and contributors of the mentioned communities to discuss project direction, on-going work, proposed changes and enhancements, and any other topic of interest to the participants.

A related Hackathon will be held on Tuesday night from 19h to 21h. Please see below for proposed topics.

The below agenda will evolve as proposed topics are added and attendees sign-up.

To help structure the summit and hackathon, please:

  • add your name to the attendees section below
  • add agenda items you would like to see discussed
  • add hackathon suggestions you feel could be worked on


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  • Welcome and agenda adjustment
  • What's new in CDT?
    • Demo of full GDB console (with a prompt, history, completion, etc)
    • New Source Lookup feature
    •  ??
  • Plan for next CDT releases
    • Oxygen goes to 3 update releases: September, December, March


  • Lunch provided by EclipseCon


  • CDT 9.0 API status
    • Can we find some time at EclipseCon for an API cleanup hackaton?
  • Automated UI Testing
    • RCPTT demo and planned improvements
  • CPP Package content
  • C/C++ Standalone Debugger package (like Trace Compass Standalone package)
  • What shall we do with our current CDT Launches?
  •  ??


  • Break


  • How do we tell our users about cool features?
    • Mylyn notifications, like the AERI uses
  •  ??
  • Conclusion


  • Happy Hour (Exhibit Area)


  • Summit dinner free of charge for attendees.

Tentative Attendees

  1. Marc Khouzam - Ericsson
    • Community, Debug, Project direction, Multicore, Visualizer, Tracing
  2. Doug Schaefer - QNX
    • Build and Launch, Qt, CMake, Arduino, LaunchBar, Android, ...
  3. Elena Laskavaia (also known as Alena) - QNX
    • Launch, Debug, UX, LaunchBar, Codan, Quick Fix, Source gen & Refactoring, Linux Tools
  4. Jeff Johnston - Red Hat
    • Autotools, Linux Tools, Debug
  5. Sergey Prigogin - Google
    • Parser, Index, Codan, Quick Fixes, Source generation & Refactoring
  6. Tracy Miranda - Kichwa Coders
    • Debug
  7. Roland Grunberg - Red Hat
    • Linux Tools
  8. Marc-André Laperle - Ericsson
    • Build (CMake, Autotools, etc), Launch, Debug, Tracing, UX, Parser, Index, Codan, Quick Fix, Source gen & Refactoring, Releng
  9. William Riley - Renesas
    • Debug, UX, Build, Launch, Tracing
  10. Jesper Eskilson - IAR Systems
    • Debug, Build, Launch
  11. Mario Pierro - IAR Systems
    • Debug, Build, Launch
  12. Mike Harrington - Analog Devices
    • Debug, Tracing, Linux Tools
  13. David Cummings - QNX
    • Everything
  14. Alexander Kurtakov - Red Hat
    • Everything

Hackathon topics

A Hackathon will be help on Tuesday night from 19h to 21h. Below are coding efforts that can be started depending on participant interests.

  • CDT 9.0 API cleanup
  • RCPTT automated UI tests
  • Mylyn notifications to publicize new features
  • CMake extension for the new build system
  • Fix warnings

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