|Native XDS v2.12 for OS/2 pre-release is available email@example.com (1996-03-08)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Dmitry V. Leskov)|
|Date:||8 Mar 1996 00:09:34 -0500|
|Organization:||Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems|
|Keywords:||available, modula, Oberon|
Native XDS/2 v2.12 Pre-Release
Copyright (c) 1996 xTech Ltd.
Native XDS/2 v2.12 is now available as a free pre-release.
xTech development system (XDS) is a professional system featuring
Modula-2 and Oberon-2 programming languages. It is available for most
popular platforms, including PC/MS-DOS, OS/2, Linux, Windows NT,
Windows 95, Unix workstations (Sun, HP, DEC, MIPS), etc. XDS provides
an uniform programming environment for all mentioned platforms and
allows to design and implement truly portable software.
The XDS Modula-2 compiler implements ISO standard of Modula-2. The
ISO standard library set is accessible for both Modula-2 and Oberon-2.
All XDS implementations share the same platform-independent front-end
for both source languages. The output code can be either a native code
for the target platform (Native XDS) or a text in the ANSI C language.
The ANSI C code generation is available for all platforms. A number of
platforms for which a native code compiler is available is constantly
XDS includes standard ISO and PIM libraries along with a set of
utility libraries and an interface to the ANSI C library set.
Native XDS/2 produces highly optimized 32-bit code and comes with two
major enhancements: the IDE and OS/2 API support. The full 32-bit OS/2
API is accessible from both Modula-2 and Oberon-2.
The archive was uploaded and has to be available at:
Note: These are proposed directories. The archive may spend some time
in the 'incoming' directory or be placed elsewhere.
For more information about XDS, please visit our Web pages at:
The pre-release package is free. However, it may not be used in any
business, commercial, government, or institutional environment except
for testing and evaluation purposes.
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