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Developer Linux News for Feb 20, 1999

  • InfoWorld: Caught in the crossfire (Feb 20, 1999, 17:27)
    "Confusion in the Windows developers' community continues to mount as Microsoft ponders its next Java moves -- both in court and in its own product plans."

  • MOT-2 web database Alpha2 Release (Feb 20, 1999, 16:56)
    Can be used to create web-based databases without writing a single line of code (sql, php, or html!).

  • Code Crusader 1.2.1 - Text Editor & UNIX Development Environment (Feb 20, 1999, 16:21)
    A free UNIX development environment inspired by Metrowerks Code Warrior.

  • LinuxWorld Expo Application Exhibition (Feb 20, 1999, 15:29)
    "If you are a Linux developer and have completed a viable Linux application, GraphOn Corporation ( may have a showcase opportunity for you (no costs, no strings, no hitches...)"

  • GnomeHack 1.0.0 released (Feb 20, 1999, 08:14)
    Here's a clone of NetHack to the GNOME Desktop, for all you slime-mold loving fools.

  • CNET: Two more antitrust suits hit Microsoft (Feb 20, 1999, 00:56)
    "Already fighting antitrust battles on three fronts, Microsoft this week was slapped with two sweeping class action lawsuits accusing the software giant of suppressing competition in the markets for personal computer operating systems and applications and engaging in other predatory conduct."

  • CNN: Win 2000: New code will demand most applications be rebuilt (Feb 20, 1999, 00:49)
    "The mostly new code in Windows 2000 makes it such a different beast than its NT 4.0 predecessor that corporate developers had better brace themselves: Most of their existing applications will have to be rebuilt, or at least revised, to make them compliant."