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LinuxMall.com: Mozilla Goes Multilingual

May 30, 2000, 19:10 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michelle Head)

[ Thanks to Greta Durr/LinuxMall.com for this link. ]

"Perl, Python and Javascript are coming together on a new developer platform called Komodo. ActiveState and Netscape Communications' Open Source project, Mozilla, are the proud parents of this new addition to the integrated developer environment (IDE) family."

"ActiveState provides products and services for a variety of operating systems (OSs), including Linux. Perl and Python, both popular Internet programming languages, are the company's primary programming languages...."

"ActiveState's use of Mozilla for its IDE is an incredibly important event for the whole Open Source movement," said Tim O'Reilly, CEO of technology information provider O'Reilly & Associates. "Mozilla has given ActiveState a huge leg up in setting the new standard for programming tools and support for Perl and Python."

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