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28 Feb 2011
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65 Things About Solaris Studio [23956]
A Convenient List of All the Man Pages in One Place, with Links

Since listing links to all 65 man pages on the command-line tools in Solaris Studio is well beyond the scope of System News, take our word for it that visiting the Compile My Code blog, "65 Things About Solaris Studio," where you will find all of them, is a worthwhile trip.
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17 Feb 2011
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Discover and Uncover [23934]
Two Helpful Features Now Available in Oracle Studio Solaris 12.2

Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2 introduces two new features: Discover, which detects memory leaks, and Uncover, which measures code coverage in an application. These features are explained in brief in the "Compile My Code" blog. Discover, the post maintains, identifies the exact place where a memory-related problem exists in the source code, along with other capabilities. Uncover's ability to identify which areas of code are exercises in testing and which are not allows users to tailor test suites to test more of the code under scrutiny.
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15 Feb 2011
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'Multicore Application Programming' [23929]
An Interview with the Author, Darryl Gove

Darryl Gove, author of "Multicore Application Programming" talks with InformIT writer Jim Mauro about programming with threads and concurrency, as well as the current state of multi-threaded application software, and the effectiveness of automatic parallelization technology. Gove concludes his comments with the observation that, "Multicore processors are a great opportunity for developers. They have placed parallel application development at a much more accessible price point than multiprocessor systems. The are also a more forgiving platform than multiprocessor systems." And, he notes, this is just the beginning of the exciting discovery of what can be done with multiple threads.
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11 Feb 2011
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Overview of Oracle Solaris Studio Compilers & Tools [23918]
Get to Know the Components and Features

The "Compile My Code blog" contains a link to a pdf that provides an overview of Oracle Solaris Studio Compilers and Tools. Oracle Solaris Studio is the solution that provides everything required to develop C, C++, and Fortran applications to run in Oracle Solaris 10 on SPARC or x86 and x64 platforms, or in Oracle Linux on x86 and x64 platforms. The compilers and tools in Oracle Solaris Studio are engineered to make applications run optimally on Oracle Sun systems. The blog notes that Oracle Solaris Studio tools are designed to leverage the capabilities of multicore CPUs including the Sun SPARC T3, UltraSPARC T2, and UltraSPARC T2 Plus processors, and the Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron processors. The tools allow users to more easily create parallel and concurrent software applications for these platforms.
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03 Feb 2011
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Where To Find Oracle Solaris Studio Resources [23893]
Oracle Technical Network Is the Place to Look

According to a recent blog readers can find a wealth of information on Oracle Solaris Studio compilers and tools on the Oracle Techniocal Network (OTN). Resources include:

  • Solaris Studio website
  • Discussion forums
  • Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2 documentation
  • Oracle Solaris Studio Technical Articles & Whitepapers

The blog also includes links to such topics as building; debugging; analyzing; tuning; multicore/parallel programming; and computing.
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11 Dec 2010
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Turn Software Stacks into VM Images [23744]
You Can Now Leverage Oracle VM VirtualBox for Development

How do you like your stacks? With Java, database or SOA/BPM? All (and more soon) are available, according to a posting on the Oracle Technology Network by Justin Kestelyn, who writes that is now possible to turn software stacks into VM images that can then be run as a pre-built VM in VirtualBox. What's more, Kestelyn adds, this desktop virtualization tool is absolutely free.
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