Wind River Opens Code to Open-Source Community

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Electronics Weekly reports that Wind River opens its code to Open-Source Community.

Wind River’s support for the open-source software community continues with the release of more than 300,000 lines of code to the Eclipse Foundation.

The software and tool supplier is committed to the open-source community and it said its aim was to “make the restrictions associated with closed, proprietary developer tools a thing of the past.”

Read more at Electronics Weekly

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