IBM: developerWorks Creates Open Source ZoneSep 28, 1999, 16:22 (1 Talkback[s])
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[ Linux Today reader Frank Carlos writes: ]
"The new Open Source zone was launched today when IBM's
developer Portal(developerworks) was officially taken out of
beta-mode. developerWorks is making the source code available
for the very popular Jikes compiler for Java and IBM Classes for
Unicode, which are used for Unicode-based international support for
an application. Also take a look at "Portable penguins"
article about the release of IBM's Linux-certified ThinkPad 600E,
the latest effort to bridge the gap to the mainstream. You can
learn how to make application programming easier with the Gnome
libraries article located at the developerWorks Linux Zone.
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