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Old 05-12-2011, 06:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Google hooks Native Client into Visual Basic, Eclipse


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Google is building an interactive Native Client debugger that will integrate with various popular IDEs. According to Google engineer David Springer, the company will begin with Visual Studio before moving on to Eclipse and others. "We're starting with Visual Studio because a lot of client programs are already built there," Springer said this afternoon at Google's annual developer conference in San Francisco. Part of Google's Native Client pitch is that it will allow developers to easily move their existing client applications into the browser.

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