CodeWarrior

CodeWarrior is an integrated development environment (IDE) for the creation of software that runs on a number of embedded systems.

Prior to the acquisition of the product by Freescale Semiconductor, versions existed for Macintosh, Microsoft Windows, Linux, Solaris, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, Wii, Palm OS, Symbian OS, and even for BeOS. Currently, C, C++, and assembly language are the focus of the tools, though before Metrowerks was acquired by Freescale, versions of CodeWarrior included Pascal, Object Pascal, Objective-C, and Java compilers as well.

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