|[10 earlier articles]|
|Re: Weeding out unwanted include files firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-08-13)|
|Re: Weeding out unwanted include files email@example.com (1994-08-14)|
|Weeding out unwanted include files Roger@natron.demon.co.uk (1994-08-15)|
|Re: Weeding out unwanted include files roedy@BIX.com (1994-08-17)|
|Re: Weeding out unwanted include files kendall@pot.East.Sun.COM (1994-08-15)|
|Re: Weeding out unwanted include files firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-08-22)|
|Re: Weeding out unwanted include files kendall@pot.East.Sun.COM (1994-09-17)|
|From:||kendall@pot.East.Sun.COM (Sam Kendall - Sun Microsystems Labs BOS)|
|Organization:||Sun Microsystems Laboratories BOS|
|Date:||Sat, 17 Sep 1994 05:19:17 GMT|
Some time ago I posted
> I think CIA (the C tool) has been used on multi-million-line programs.
> Too bad AT&T never made it a product.
Someone kindly pointed out to me that they did make it into a product.
CIA, and some other C language tools, are available from AT&T Software
Solutions. I called them up (800 462-8146 or 908 580-6444) and got some
marketing materials. It doesn't look like a big marketing push--and I
am suspicious of small marketing efforts from big companies--but the
tools do seem to be available.
Sun Microsystems Laboratories BOS
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