Research Triangle Park, N.C - Red Hat made available the latest version of its GNUPro compiler/debugger. The package combines augmented GNUPro Toolkit software with expanded subscription support options and development platform ports. GNUPro enables enterprise developers to develop application code on legacy UNIX platforms based on GNU/Linux tools. IT organizations can then move these applications to Linux along with their application development infrastructure.
GNUPro supports a range of desktop development environments, including Red Hat Linux, many versions of Solaris and HP-UX, Windows NT, and AIX.
Red Hat provides embedded libraries supporting ANSI C.
Different versions of GNUPro Toolkit can be used to migrate code from a native development environment to an embedded one, or from one embedded target to another. GNUPro 2001 supports a range of embedded architectures, including PowerPC, Hitachi-SH, ARM and StrongARM, Xscale, and embedded Pentium.
GNUPro Support is sold as an annual subscription and includes the latest versions of GNUPro Toolkit (plus upgrades as they become available), access to the Red Hat Web-based support portal and patch-level bug fixes delivered by GNU experts employed by Red Hat.
GNUPro Toolkit and Support are available for Linux hosts at $9995/year for small development teams and annual subscriptions are available starting at $1999/seat, 10-seat minimum. Additional host platforms (non-Linux) are available at $12,500 for small teams and $2500/seat for larger groups.