Aonix announced that TeleUSE version 3.2 for Red Hat Linux is now available in a full-function Personal Edition. TeleUSE is a comprehensive tool for designing and building Motif-based GUIs in C, C++ or HTML on Linux systems. Features include Motif 2.1 support, cross-platform capability with TeleUSE QuickPort, and widget libraries. Personal Edition licenses are $199 US per copy with standard edition licenses for enterprise use at $3,950 US. Contact Aonix for international pricing.
Contact: Aonix, 595 Market Street, 12th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, Phone: 800-97-AONIX, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.aonix.com/.
Applied Computer Sciences, Inc. announced that /BriefCase Release 3.0, their advanced, enterprise Software Configuration Management solution for UNIX/Linux software development, is available for free download from their web site. Release 3 implements an easy-to-use client/server interface to an RCS-based central repository. Enhancements in release 3 include project work tree “replicas”, cross-replica and cross-client-host lock integrity, private tags, command behavior options, product life-cycle support and more. /BriefCase Release 3 is distributed in source form under the GPL.
Contact: Applied Computer Sciences, Inc., 34522 N. Scottsdale Road #458, Scottsdale, AZ 85262, Phone: 602-465-0944, Fax: 602-465-1078, E-mail: BriefCase@applied-cs-inc.com, URL: http://www.applied-cs-inc.com/.
Harmonix Limited announced the availability of a range of Linux-compliant ISDN cards. The multiple Basic Rate and Primary Rate ISDN cards from Harmonix provide both the CAPI 2.0 and the Linux-specific Isdn4Linux software interfaces. Available with channel bundling, the cards are suited to any application using voice or data. All Harmonix cards are available with on-card protocols such as Bonding Mode 0 and 1, and an MLPPP-based channel aggregation that can easily saturate all 30 channels of a Primary ISDN rate circuit. The cards also support MVIP (Multi-Vendor Integration Protocol). Contact Harmonix for pricing and more information.
Contact: Harmonix Limited, Fry House, Sandhill Park, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton TA4 3DE, United Kingdom, Phone: +44-0-1823-433-711, Fax: +44-0-1823-433-722, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: www.harmonix.co.uk.
Parasoft announced the release of Insure++ 5.0, an automatic error detection tool for C and C++. It runs on Linux and works at source code level to improve software quality, reduce development costs and accelerate time to market. Insure++ uses patented Source Code Instrumentation and Mutation Testing technologies to locate bugs in source code automatically. Operating in place of a compiler, it builds a database of all program elements for use at runtime to verify memory references and program implementation. The lite version is available free on the Red Hat Linux 6.0 CD. The full version of Insure++ includes two optional add-on modules: Inuse, the “Malloc Monitor”, and TCA (total coverage analysis).
Contact: ParaSoft Corporation, 2031 S. Myrtle Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016, Phone: 626-305-0041, Fax: 626-305-3036, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.parasoft.com/.
Numerical Objects announced a new release of Diffpack, a comprehensive development framework for multi-physics simulation. The object-oriented system is available on most UNIX platforms including Linux. New in Diffpack 3.0 is high-level support for finite difference methods and mixed finite element methods. Contact Numerical Objects for more information on licensing (university or commercial) and for pricing. A free Mini-Distribution or demo CD-ROM may be requested via the web site.
Contact: Numerical Objects AS, Forskningsveien 1, P.O. Box 124 Blindern, N-0314 Oslo, Norway, Phone: +47 22 06 73 00, Fax: +47 22 06 73 50, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.nobjects.com/.
Moreton Bay announced a pre-release of PoPToP (v.0.7.37), the PPTP server solution for Linux. PoPToP allows Linux servers to function seamlessly in the PPTP VPN environment, enabling administrators to leverage the considerable benefits of both Microsoft and Linux. The current pre-release version supports both Windows NT and Linux PPTP clients. On release, PoPToP will be compliant with the IETF PPTP Internet Draft. The PoPToP server is free software, licensed under the terms of the GPL.
Contact: Moreton Bay (USA), PO Box 51182, Pacific Grove, CA 93950, Phone: 831-656-9100, Fax: 831-656-9200, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.moretonbay.com/.
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