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December 21, 2004

CA joins Eclipse

Computer Associates International Inc has formally joined the Eclipse open source developer tools Foundation. The Islandia, New York-based software firm says it plans to contribute code to Eclipse's test and performance tools platform - dubbed TPTP.

By CBR Staff Writer

TPTP tools are intended to deliver frameworks and set of services for software test and performance tools used across the development lifecycle.

CA has been appointed to the TPTP management committee as the project lead for monitoring tools.

CA’s TPTP project involvement is driven in part at least by its interest in integrating the CA AllFusion Harvest Change Manager software lifecycle management system with the Eclipse 3.0 platform.

Eclipse was set up in late 2001 through a $40 million donation by IBM Corp. It has since been spun out as an independent industry organization separate from IBM’s control.

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