"It'S a typical chicken-and-egg scenario: rebel open source
operating system Linux will not be used on the desktop until more
applications are developed for it, and applications won't be
developed until there are more desktop Linux users...."
"Commercial tools, such as Borland's recently released Kylix,
will make it easier to develop more user-friendly applications on
Linux, David says."
"Borland developer relationsvice-president David Intersimone
says Linux developers have asked for a rapid application
development environment to make it easier to build desktop and
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