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Lattix announces LDMs to manage C/C++ apps

Posted: 17 Mar 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Lattix LDM  C/C++  lightweight dependency models  Lattix Inc. 

Lattix Inc. introduced the Lattix LDM for C/C++ as part of the 2.6 version of Lattix LDM. With this unique solution, Lattix aims to extend the capability of lightweight dependency models (LDMs) to communicate and control the architecture of C/C++ applications, particularly in enterprise systems and complex embedded applications in such industries as financial services, instrumentation, medicine and telecommunications.

Lattix claims to have pioneered an approach that uses system interdependencies to create a blueprint of large, mission-critical software systems. Lattix LDM uses a dependency-structure matrix for a highly compact and scaleable representation of an entire system. Lattix said that with their LDM approach, architects and developers can analyze their architecture in detail, identify issues and opportunities for improvement, and then specify design rules to formalize and communicate that architecture to the entire development organization.

"Lattix LDM for C/C++ is valuable for those applications that have grown over time where the architecture has become obscured," explained Neeraj Sangal, president and founder of Lattix.

"Since it is easier in C/C++ applications to create undesirable couplings, particularly through include dependencies, the architecture is harder to discover and understand. Our customers will now have the means to test an architecture, detect violations during development and prevent further architectural erosion."

Lattix LDM for C/C++ will be available in April starting at Rs.44,028.75 ($995) per developer license. A free community edition is also available.




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