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Compaq releases new Alpha compilers for Linux

Dec 22, 1999, 06:36 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Richard Simpson for this report. ]

This message has been sent to all those who registered for the Compaq Fortran for Linux Alpha beta test.

Thank you for participating in the beta test of Compaq Fortran for Linux Alpha Systems. The beta test period has now ended and the product released.

We are pleased to offer Compaq Fortran for Linux Alpha and its related tools for free under a "Technology Enthusiast" license for non-commercial use. Users who do not qualify for the Technology Enthusiast license can buy the product - pricing starts at US$399 for a single system. Attractive multiple-system pricing is also available. For more information, please visit our web site at http://www.compaq.com/fortran

Under the terms of the beta test license agreement, you must stop using the beta test software within 60 days. The compiler will "expire" in February 2000.

Compaq C for Linux Alpha is also available. For information, please go to http://www.compaq.com/linux and click on "Software".

Thank you again for helping us make Compaq Fortran successful.

Compaq Fortran Engineering