Developer Linux News for Jul 23, 1999
LinuxWorld: A comparison of Linux integrated development environments (Jul 23, 1999, 23:45)
"Sam Mikes dons his flameproof suit as he investigates this
controversial topic, comparing Metrowerks's CodeWarrior, Cygnus's
GNUPro Toolkit, and John Lindal's Code Crusader with XEmacs and
Microsoft Visual Studio."
InfoWorld: Developers, ISVs await standardized XML schemas (Jul 23, 1999, 21:36)
"The killer XML app will be so compelling, such an immediate
market force, that it will make competitors forget about killing
InfoWorld: Microsoft execs hint at plans to Web-enable Windows (Jul 23, 1999, 21:23)
"Microsoft plans to make Windows "Web-centric" by issuing a set
of so-called "Internet APIs" that will help developers write
Web-based applications for the operating system, according to
NY Times: Microsoft Tells Analysts the Future Is Good, Sort Of (Jul 23, 1999, 17:39)
"The numbers appeared to overwhelm even the normally unflappable
Ballmer... Ballmer took particular note of Linux..."
Computer Daily News: Linux Behind NT (Jul 23, 1999, 15:39)
"Linux is the hottest topic in the operating system arena,
though it remains an enigma in the marketplace, IDC Australia
analyst John Blair says."
PC World: Linux Systems Go Low-Cost (Jul 23, 1999, 15:25)
"Pogo gives you a fairly-full-featured PC for as little as
LinuxPR: Easy Software Products Releases ESP Print Pro Beta 1
(Jul 23, 1999, 14:54)
"The new product is based on the company's Common UNIX Printing
System technology and supports Digital UNIX, HP-UX, IRIX, Linux,
and Solaris." (Press
LinuxPR: Linux High Availability Solution (Jul 23, 1999, 14:51)
"TurboCluster Server 1.2Beta1 Available for Free Download"
Linux en los Negocios - Estudio de Casos: "Vignette" (Jul 23, 1999, 14:26)
This is a Spanish translation of Tom Adelstein's article, 'Linux
in Business - Case Studies "Vignette"'
Ottawa Citizen: Microsoft adopts new vision, slogan (Jul 23, 1999, 14:20)
"Empower people through great software anytime, any place and on
LinuxPR: Canux! Brings Linux Power Protection to Canadians (Jul 23, 1999, 14:18)
Canadians now have a cost-effective high quality UPS solution
available to them with complete Linux support."
ENT Magazine: Linux, Linux: Enough Already (Jul 23, 1999, 08:42)
"These enthusiastic Linux developers seem in some ways
ENT Magazine: A Second Look at Linux (Jul 23, 1999, 08:35)
"Despite... developments, I still say Linux remains a niche
operating system and will remain so for the foreseeable
ENT Magazine: SMS Gets Boost from Unix Client (Jul 23, 1999, 08:22)
"... enables systems managers to replicate any of the standard
SMS actions, normally reserved for Microsoft clients, aboard Unix
LinuxPower.org: Gnomish Bi-weekly News (Jul 23, 1999, 06:33)
Christian Schaller brings you the latest news from the GNOME and
Gtk world compiled from a variety of sources around the net
covering the period between 4th of July to the 21st of July.
Benchmarketing 101 -- Or FUD with Numbers
(Jul 23, 1999, 06:13)
"Whenever you see benchmarks, you should be careful to examine
whether the benchmarks... are applicable to the problem... you're
trying to solve."
OASIS-Open.org: GOXML.COM - XML Only Search Engine (Jul 23, 1999, 05:10)
"We just finished... building what we believe is the world's
first truly context-based XML/XSL search engine for the
KDE Development News, Wed 14 Jul 1999 - Tue 20 Jul 1999 (Jul 23, 1999, 02:32)
ODBC in KDE, developer.kde.org, KDE Standard Website?, Krumple,
Empath, Featured Application: KPriMa, and a variety of KDE Quickies
are this week's items of discussion.
CNET News: Microsoft - Software competition a concern (Jul 23, 1999, 00:53)
"Microsoft president Steve Ballmer declared he is more concerned
about competition for software developers than at any time since
the company broke with IBM during the early days of the PC
The Puffin Group sponsors the Open Source Writers Group (Jul 23, 1999, 00:49)
"The Puffin Group will provide the Open Source Writers Group
with a combination of technical resources and financial
compensation in order to ensure its continued existence and