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Using the Solaris Studio IDE for remote development

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Solaris Studio has an IDE based on NetBeans.org, one of the features of the IDE is its ability to do remote development - ie do your development work on a Windows laptop while doing the builds on a remote Solaris or Linux box. Vladimir has written up a nice how-to guide covering the three models that Studio supports:


As shown in the image, the three models are:

  • Fully remote. The source and builds remain on the remote system.
  • Mixed/shared. The source is on a shared network location, but the builds are performed remotely.
  • Simple. Where the source is cached on the local machine for editing, but sent to the remote machine for builds.

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