Source Code Engineering Tool for C/C++/Java teamsMay 28, 1999, 09:55 (0 Talkback[s])
Thanks to Janos Koppany for this announcement.
Intland ( http://www.intland.com ) announced today the availability of Intland Source Explorer 1.0 UNIX (Linux, Solaris) and Windows operating systems.
Intland Source Explorer is a Source Code Engineering tool suited for C, C++ and Java developer, project manager, and quality assurance engineer.
Source Explorer reaches far beyond traditional single host or client/server based Source Code Engineering tools, providing the first web architected solution for enterprise-wide information access. Source Explorer is suited for:
The 100% Java GUI provides the most advanced features for C, C++ and Java programmers, QA engineers and project leaders to easily Explorer software component relationships and program complexity in large software code.
The GUI runs as installed application, or as an Applet in a web browser such as Microsoft IE or Netscape Communicator. The application server and the central repository provide concurrent access for individuals and teams. Source Explorer works on local workstations, and in distributed environments using LANs, Intranets or the Internet, and has a comprehensive set of tools such as: Cross-Referencer, Class browser, Symbol Browser, Inheritance Browser, Include Browser, local and remote Edit/Compile/Build, Textual search, SQL Complexity Query.
ABOUT INTLAND; Intland is the premier supplier of next-generation Source Code Engineering software products. These products are ideally suited for distributed Intranet and Internet environments. Intland's products meet the demands of enterprise software development requirements and provide mission-critical information access to enterprise-size software assets on a global scale. For downloading of the FREE Trial and additional information about Intland and its products please visit our web site at http://www.intland.com. For online demo visit our Source Code Gallery site at http://www.gallery.intland.com.
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