Essential Open Source Toolset: Programming with Eclipse, Bugzill, Ant, CVS Tcl/Tk and More

Overview

A unique guide to the classic Linux/Unix Toolset.
Programming is more than just coding. Software developers must build, analyse and test their programs; they have to avoid performance bottlenecks, administer internal and foreign modifications, find and remove errors. Using tools available under Linux/Unix, developers can solve the problems of the programming practice.
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Overview

A unique guide to the classic Linux/Unix Toolset.
Programming is more than just coding. Software developers must build, analyse and test their programs; they have to avoid performance bottlenecks, administer internal and foreign modifications, find and remove errors. Using tools available under Linux/Unix, developers can solve the problems of the programming practice.
* Tools covered are the 'classics' in Linux/Unix environments
* Unique coverage of wide range of tools including: DIFF, PATCH, UNRAVEL, GPROF, GCOV, SniFF+ and many more
* Includes practical exercises to test competence
* Companion Web site includes information on more recent developments as well as extensive additional resources

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470844458
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 404
  • Sales rank: 1,195,489
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.37 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

1. Introduction.

I: VERSION CONTROL.

2. Managing changes using DIFF and PATCH.

3. Revision management using RCS.

4. Parallel Program development with CVS.

Exercises I.

II: PROCESSING INPUT.

5. Lexical analysis using LEX.

6. Syntactical analysis with YACC.

7. Lexical and syntactic analysis using ANTLR.

Exercises II.

III: BUILDING PROGRAMS.

8. Building programs with MAKE.

9. Configuring software automatically with AUTOCONF.

10. Documenting programs with JAVADOC.

Exercises III.

IV: PROTOTYPING.

11. Creating prototypes using Tcl/Tk.

Exercises IV.

V: TESTING AND DEBUGGING.

12. Software tests with DEJAGNU.

13. Component tests with JUNIT.

14. Tracking Problems with BUGZILLA.

15. Debugging with GDB and DDD.

Exercises V.

VI: PROGRAM ANALYSIS.

16. Profiling using GPROF and GCOV.

17. Checking Style with CHECKSTYLE.

18. Static program analysis with LINT.

19. Program slicing using UNRAVEL.

Exercises VI.

VII: INTEGRATED INVIRONMENT.

20. Integrated development with ECLIPSE 3.0.

Exercises VII.

Bibliography.

Index.

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