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IBM = Linux?? SIM !!!
Contribuído por ajc em 19-06-99 0:04
do departamento big blue
Linux A. Costa diz "A IBM disponibilizou para download a versão do seu fantastico IDE, VisualAge for Java, para Linux "This technical preview is IBM's way of thanking the 937 Linux developers who signed Scott Stanchfield's petition requesting that VisualAge for Java be ported to Linux. [...] Mas como não há uma sem duas, no Alphaworks para download o IBM Developer Kit for Linux (R), Java (TM) Technology Edition: [...] " Podem encontrar a versão não editada deste post no desenvolvimento.
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"A IBM disponibilizou para download a versão do seu fantastico IDE, VisualAge for Java, para Linux: link "This technical preview is IBM's way of thanking the 937 Linux developers who signed Scott Stanchfield's petition requesting that VisualAge for Java be ported to Linux. The Linux technical preview contains many of the features that have made VisualAge for Java an award-winning IDE: Project-based IDE organizes your team's work into logical units. Integrated version control enables you to quickly get back to previously deployed levels of your application. This speeds development and application maintenance. The visual builder enables you to rapidly prototype and develop enterprise e-business applications. With VisualAge for Java, you can quickly build, test and deploy 100% Pure Java applets, applications, JavaBean components, and servlets." Mas como não há uma sem duas, no Alphaworks link para download o IBM Developer Kit for Linux (R), Java (TM) Technology Edition: "The release of the alpha version 1.1.6 of the IBM Developer Kit continues IBM's strong commitment to the Linux and Java platforms and communities. The Developer Kit is IBM's port of Sun's JDK(TM) 1.1.6 to the Linux operating system running on Intel architecture based computers. The Developer Kit includes similar IBM Just-In-Time (JIT) compiling technology found in IBM's high performing, industry-leading Developer Kits for the OS/2 and Windows** operating systems."

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