LinuxPlanet: Sun To Linux-Enable All Java And C/C++ Tools
Feb 17, 2004, 21:15 (3 Talkback[s])
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"At LinuxWorld last month, Sun rolled out plans to make all its
development tools available on Linux by the end of 2004, including
environments for both Java and C/C++ developers.
"Sun's Java Studio Standard tools are already available for
Linux. Jeff Anders, group marketing manager, said that Sun will
also produce a Linux edition of Sun Studio, its kit for C/C++
developers, by the end of this year. Until now, Sun Studio has only
been available for Solaris.
"Also set for Linux-enablement in 2004 are the following
Java-based tools: Java Studio Creator; Java Studio Enterprise; Java
Studio Mobility; and versions 3.6 and 4.0 of the NetBeans open