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==Developer Assistant==
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Developer Assistant, a tool for starting coding projects with popular languages and platforms, has been updated to provide a graphical user interface, documentation in a devassist-docs package, and improved functionality.
  
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==Updated ACPI tools==
Fedora 18 will include Boost version 1.50. The popular collection of C libraries is updated to the newest available version with each Fedora release.
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Developers working with the ACPI subsystem have an updated set of tools from the acpica-tools package. This replaces the functionality of the lasi and pmtools packages, includes test cases, and adds active upstream support. The acpica project can be found at http://acpica.org .
 
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= Dwarf Compressor compacts debug files =
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Fedora 18 debuginfo has been post-processed by the DWARF compressor tool "dwz" to reduce size of the *.debug files. Developers may run this same program on their binaries.
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Revision as of 19:30, 20 October 2013

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Developer Assistant

Developer Assistant, a tool for starting coding projects with popular languages and platforms, has been updated to provide a graphical user interface, documentation in a devassist-docs package, and improved functionality.

Updated ACPI tools

Developers working with the ACPI subsystem have an updated set of tools from the acpica-tools package. This replaces the functionality of the lasi and pmtools packages, includes test cases, and adds active upstream support. The acpica project can be found at http://acpica.org .