ClearCase Explorer GUI version 126.96.36.199 (and many other version, I suppose) miss a fundamental functionality to recursively import new projects. I think this feature has been removed by IBM by purpose from GUI, to leave it available by command line tool.
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Have you ever been in need for a precise PWM control on motors throughout an extended temperature range but your ultra low cost micro controller doesn’t support your toughest requirement? That’s a common issue quite easy to solve, just read through the article to find a good advice. We’ll use a design reference using ATmega328p because it is widely used and adopted in Arduino UNO boards.
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LUA is a scripting language which gained some popularity over the years thanks to its lightweigth interpreter, its support for OO programming and interoperability with Microsoft .NET environment. Next into this post a brief overview about how to use it to perform simple but useful tasks like manipulate XML files. Continue reading “Modify XML files using LUA”
Into this post I will briefly explain how to connect a CDT Eclipse project to a remote target based on a Linux embedded distribution to achieve step-by-step debugging.
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Purpose of this post is to give an overview of Redmine main functionalities to simplify evaluation for adoption into your organization.
Redmine is an application written and maintained by Jean-Philippe Lang (link) that improved over the years so to be an accountable alternative as issue tracker due to its open nature and GPLv2 license.
Issue tracker management is of course a fundamental step to achieve mature operations: into this article I will mention main features and settings from administrator and user perspectives to simplify your choice adapting tool to your established process.
For a good reference book I can suggest “Mastering Redmine”, by Andriy Lesyuk (link).
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