|Lots of things are happening with ACM TOPLAS email@example.com (1997-03-31)|
|gawk memory leak [was Re: Lots of things are happening with ACM TOPLAS firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-04-02)|
|Re: gawk memory leak email@example.com (1997-04-03)|
|Re: gawk memory leak firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-04-06)|
|Re: gawk memory leak pfoxSPAMOFF@lehman.com (Paul David Fox) (1997-04-13)|
|Purify patent (was Re: gawk memory leak) email@example.com (Elan Feingold) (1997-05-04)|
|Re: Purify patent (was Re: gawk memory leak) firstname.lastname@example.org (Sailesh Krishnamurthy) (1997-05-08)|
|Re: Purify patent (was Re: gawk memory leak) email@example.com (1997-05-08)|
|Re: Purify patent (was Re: gawk memory leak) firstname.lastname@example.org (Duncan Smith) (1997-05-09)|
|Re: Purify patent (was Re: gawk memory leak) email@example.com (Paul David Fox) (1997-05-13)|
|Re: Purify patent (was Re: gawk memory leak) firstname.lastname@example.org (Hans-Juergen Boehm) (1997-05-17)|
|From:||email@example.com (Chris Clark USG)|
|Date:||8 May 1997 21:20:26 -0400|
|Organization:||Digital Equipment Corporation - Marlboro, MA|
|References:||97-03-165 97-04-020 97-04-022 97-04-037 97-04-070 97-05-019|
> This surprises me, as Digital has a toolkit out there called ATOM
> (the OM standing for "Object Modification") and it ships a client,
> who's name escapes me at the moment, that has similar features as
> Purify. Anyone know the scoop on this?
The name of the client is Third Degree. Since patents and licensing
are legal issues, I would be real surprised if anyone "in the know"
commented on them in a public forum like this. It's just one of the
facets of an adversarial justice system and takes us on a path far
from comp.compilers. I look at the third degree code every day, as
part of one of my contracts, but I am not paid to make comments on
(either for or against) whether it violates any patents, and in fact,
I would be surprised if there weren't a contract clause keeping me
from volunteering such comments.
More importantly, I think there are a lot of "interesting" things in
third degree (some potentially relevant to comp.compilers) and most of
them are only tangentially (at best) related to the details of object
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