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eCube Systems Announces NXTware Remote 3.7 Update for OpenVMS with enhanced C++ Support and DCL editor

  (May 29, 2012)

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 29, 2012

eCube Systems LLC, a provider of middleware interoperability and development tools, announced NXTware Remote 3.7, an update to its popular Eclipse-based remote development tool. The update features improvements in performance, C++ capability and a new DCL editor.

The C++ functionality of NXTware Remotes Eclipse-based IDE for OpenVMS has been enhanced. Users can now create C++ projects, conduct remote compiles and debug sessions from the Windows, Linux of MasOS workstations.

New integration with the OpenVMS C++ compiler allows faster compilation and integrated visual debugging. Additionally, the Eclipse CDT C/C++ editor can now be used within NXTware Remote to handle routine standard functions.


DCL is the native scripting language for OpenVMS. NXTware Remotes new DCL editor provides syntax highlighting, code assist and code completion. These features make the task of developing on OpenVMS that much easier especially for software engineers new to the platform.

We are proud to offer the first commercially available DCL editor with syntax highlighting, code assist and code completion, says Kevin Barnes President and CEO of eCube Systems. The new DCL editor continues eCubes tradition of developing OpenVMS specific tools designed specifically to meet the need of the OpenVMS engineer.

NXTera Remote leverages the Eclipse integrated development environment and high speed middleware to provide remote development capabilities on targeted platforms. The NXTware Remote 3.7 improves the development experience for engineers who are designing software to run on HP OpenVMS (Titaium and Alpha) and VAX VMS operating systems from their Windows, MAC or Linux workstations.

About NXTware Remote
NXTware Remote is an Eclipse-based integrated remote development environment (RDE) that makes it simple for developers to write code and then compile and debug it remotely. Enterprise IT organizations doing strategic development in COBOL, FORTRAN, C, BASIC, PASCAL and Java on a variety of platforms can develop on a OpenVMS, Linux and UNIX servers from Windows, MAC or Linux workstation with NXTware Remote.

About eCube Systems
eCube Systems helps companies maximize return on technology investment by providing development tools, legacy evolution products and consulting services that extend enterprise systems. Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies turn to eCube Systems to reduce risk, extend ROI, and increase productivity as they develop high performance solutions and consolidate existing capabilities by evolving to and integrating with contemporary SOA services.

eCube Systems, LLC, is headquartered in Montgomery, Texas with marketing offices in Boston, Massachusetts and an R&D in Montreal, Canada. For more information, contact eCube Systems by email, on the World Wide Web at http:// http://www.ecubesystems.com or by calling (866) 493-4224 .

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