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George v. 3.0
- source code documentation tool
($2,995 for Unix, $1,195 for Windows NT, $695 for Windows 95/3.1)
Company: QualSoft Corporation and K2 Software Developments (Palo Alto, CA)
Telephone: (800) 814-6351
Fax: (415) 494-6100
E-mail: Palo Alto, C
Platforms: Solaris 1 & 2, HP-UX, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT
Description: Automated C/C++ source code information engine. Automatically produces documents which meet your internal, FDA, ISO-9001, Milspec, CMM or other specification for source code documentation. Uses "Wizard" systems to accelerate use and boost productivity.
- WWW site enhancement tools
($60 to $1000)
Company: GlobalMedia Design (Winter Park, FL)
Platforms: Unix, Windows NT
Description: Integrate with existing Web sites to provide powerful custom features. RadBot acts as an intelligent e-mail assistant, maintaining mailing lists and providing "e-mail on demand" services through an easy point-and-click Web interface. Web pages can be updated automatically via e-mail with the Weaver system. Web site owners can track every link to their site from the Internet with the LinkTrakker statistics package. Other offerings are search engines, advertising systems, catalog ordering systems, and Web-based discussion groups
SNiFF+ 2.2 for Java
- integrated Java development environment
Company: TakeFive Software (Santa Clara, CA)
Telephone: (800) 418-2535, (408) 777-1440
Fax: (408) 777-1444
Platforms: Solaris 1 & 2, HP, SGI, IBM AIX, Digital Unix, Ultrix, SCO, Linux
Description: Integrated software development environment that fully complies with the Java language specification. Supports Java, C, and C++ and ships with: a Java parser, seven browsers, including an inheritance browser, source code management tools, a documentation editor, and the Java Developer Kit (Java class library, compiler, debugger, etc.) The documentation editor supports the generation and maintenance of source level documents in HTML format.
VirusScan for Solaris
- prevents Unix servers from harboring viruses
($200 per server)
Company: McAfee (Santa Clara, CA)
Platforms: Solaris 2.4
Description: Delivers comprehensive anti-virus security for Solaris-based workstations, Web servers, FTP servers, and file servers. The product detects and removes over 6,000 computer viruses of all types, including polymorphic viruses; stealth viruses, multi-partite viruses; encrypted viruses; file viruses; and the newest macro viruses. VirusScan also scans compressed files. For simplified manageability, VirusScan for Solaris utilizes the same VirusScan data file detection updates as McAfee's VirusScan family for DOS, Windows, and NT.
- translate Motif GUI into MS Windows equivalent
Company: QualSoft and Non Standard Logics (Palo Alto, CA)
Telephone: (415) 494-6100
Fax: (415) 494-6099
Platforms: Solaris 1 & 2, HP-UX, IBM AIX, Digital Unix, SGI Irix, SCO ODT
Description: Allows users to translate a Motif GUI into an Microsoft Windows equivalent version. Has full translation of layout and of the full Motif GUI behavior. Allows use of all Motif components by including an additional DLL that fills in Windows' missing capabilities. Also translates dynamic actions that connect the components within the GUI and the GUI with the rest of the application. XFaceMaker/Win also allows the translation of Motif GUIs generated by other GUI builders with its UIL import facility. Allows the Windows application to run in either stand-alone or in client/server mode (the Windows GUI alone is compiled on the Windows side and communicates through a network protocol with the rest of the application running on the Unix platform).
topicAgent Server Toolkit 1.0
- Internet information filtering
Company: Verity, Inc. (Mountain View, CA)
Telephone: (415) 960-7600
Platforms: Sun, SGI, HP, IBM, Windows NT
Description: Contains the Verity search engine which allows it to filter documents against personal profiles in real-time. Users can easily create personal information agents (topicAGENTS) that watch for interesting news and deliver it. They can select from a variety of sources, such as World Wide Web sites, e-mail, enterprise databases, newswire feeds, or discussion groups. Delivery is by Web page, e-mail, or paging devices. Uses concept-based search methods. Personalized search profiles deliver accurate results whether describing the desired information with natural language, simple queries, or taking advantage of advanced search operators, including concept search, fuzzy logic, proximity and statistical methods. Verity's topic agents can analyze documents and prioritize them for delivery based on relevancy ranking. Users can also customize agents to control the quantity, level of detail, scheduling, and frequency of information retrieved.
Perl 5 Desktop Reference
- Perl quick-reference guide
Author: Johan Vromans
Company: O'Reilly & Associates (Sebastopol, CA)
Telephone: (800) 998-993, (707) 829-0515
Fax: (707) 829-0104
Description: Standard quick-reference guide for the Perl programming language. It provides a complete overview of the language, from variables to input and output, from flow control to regular expressions, from functions to document formats -- all packed into a convenient, carry-around booklet.
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