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May 31
[MD1] Correction to URL: IFile
To all, We've got a correction on a URL -- sorry for the inconvenience. Neil ----------------------- From: James Bredijk (jbredijk@nac.net) Subject: Re: IFile v.99 Available Date: Sat, 31 May 1997 09:18:57 -0400 Hi, I got your e-mail about IFile v.99, but had trouble finding it on the web. As it turns out, the URL that you provided is wrong. It needs to lose the tilde. You sent: http://pwp.starnetinc.com/~vagrant/kickstand.html It should be: http://pwp.starnetinc.com/vagrant/kickstand.html Thanx for all of the 'macdev-1' info, it makes being a developer-wanna-be much easier. Keep up the good work. James Bredijk jbredijk@nac.net
May 30
[MD1] IFile v.99 Available
Newsgroups: comp.sys.mac.programmer.info From: vagrant@starnetinc.com.REMOVE (vagrant) IFile is an indexed file library for Macintosh. Features include: - Multisegments noncontiguous keys - BTree indexing - Intelligent reuse of space - Read =,),(,)=,(= than specified key 68K Static, PPC Static, and PPC Shared libraries for CW11 and a demo app are available at: http://pwp.starnetinc.com/~vagrant/kickstand.html IFile is 'kinda-ware'. For a freeware project, its free. For a shareware project, it costs or requires a registration swap. For a commercial project, a license fee is required. More details are available from the web page and in the documentation. Guy Umbright Kickstand Software
May 30
[MD1] Merlin's Cavern - Pascal source code w/applications
From: bill.m.catambay@lmco.com-NOSPAM (Bill Catambay) Newsgroups: comp.sys.mac.programmer.info Introducing Merlin's Cavern! This is a new page at Pascal Central which provides source code packages, including complete running applications and buildable project files, all in Pascal. The Cavern features source code for programs such as CornerClock, DropBin, and many others (and the list will continue to expand over time). It also provides a list of programming features each program incorporates. For example, tidbits illustrated in DropBin are: - AppleEvents - Progress bar - CRC Calculating - Binhex encoding - File I/O - Event handling - Dialogs Check out the Pascal Central web site: http://www.catambay.com/pascal-central/ The intent of Pascal Central is to provide the pascal community one place to obtain Pascal technical information, Pascal source code, and Pascal-related internet links. Cheers, Bill
May 30
[MD1] FileZ now more powerful
SEARCH 75 MILLION FILES IN A SPLIT SECOND, FILEZ JUST GOT MORE POWERFUL (http://www.filez.com) San Diego, CA - (May 28th, 1997) - Filez helps users sift through millions of files on the web to locate software anywhere on the net. New features give users the ability to search the massive 75 million file database using file descriptions in addition to searching by filenames. The new description searching feature means that users no longer have to know the name of the file, but just a descriptive word or two. In the past, visitors to Filez had to have an idea of the name of the file to locate it. Now file descriptions are indexed for many files allowing users to locate files even if they only have a few descriptive words. The ability to read a description also makes it easier to identify relevant files and avoids the hassles of downloading files without knowing what they are. Similarly, if users locate a file using a filename search, the server will display a description if one exists. "...
May 30
[MD1] Letter from David Krathwohl
Dear Developers, As demonstrated at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple is making great progress on the Rhapsody Developer Release, which is on track for delivery later this year. To help ensure we meet our aggressive deadline for this release, we chose to limit the number of supported hardware platforms. As you know, at this stage of the project, each individual configuration requires significant development, testing, and qualification resources to meet the quality standards required to be successful with this release. Apple's initial commitment to you was that the Rhapsody Developer Release would support Power Macintosh 8500 and 8600 systems. After reviewing this decision with developers at the WWDC and finishing engineering investigations on the impact of supporting additional configurations, we are pleased to announce that the Rhapsody Developer Release will also support Power Macintosh 9500 and 9600 systems which use an Apple-supplied display video card and driver....
May 29
[MD1] PGP Receives Gov't Approval
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRETTY GOOD PRIVACY RECEIVES GOVERNMENT APPROVAL TO EXPORT STRONG ENCRYPTION SAN MATEO, Calif., May 28, 1997 -- Pretty Good Privacy, Inc. (www.pgp.com), the world leader in digital privacy and security software, today announced that the U.S. Department of Commerce has approved the export of Pretty Good Privacy's encryption software to the overseas offices of the largest companies in the United States. This makes Pretty Good Privacy the only U.S. company currently authorized to export strong encryption technology not requiring key recovery to foreign subsidiaries and branches of the largest American companies (see list of companies below). The approval allows Pretty Good Privacy to export strong, 128-bit encryption without a requirement that the exported products contain key recovery features or other back doors that enable government access to keys. More than one-half of the Fortune 100 already use PGP domestically to secure their corporate data and...
May 28
[MD1] WebSentinel Public Beta
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Purity Software, Inc. 1016 Mopac Circle, Suite 101 Austin, TX 78746 +1.512.328.2288 FAX +1.512.328.2688 http://www.purity.com/ info@purity.com Press Contact: Nathan Nunn, nnunn@purity.com PURITY SOFTWARE ANNOUNCES WEBSENTINEL PUBLIC BETA Austin, TX (May 28, 1997) - Purity Software is proud to announce a public beta program for Macintosh Web Masters looking for the ultimate web site security solution. WebSentinel replaces or supplements your web server's built-in security, allowing more flexibility and power to manage users and secure areas with a complete Macintosh user interface. Features include GREP match strings, custom "No Access" files for each realm, and full caching. WebSentinel's extensible plug-in architecture allows you to integrate existing user data and security architectures. As of today, interested users can download a preliminary beta version of WebSentinel from Purity Software's web site and begin using the new product immediately. The software...
May 28
[MD1] Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh
Apple Accepting Customer Orders for Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh CUPERTINO, Calif.--May 28, 1997--Apple Computer, Inc., today announced that it has begun accepting customer orders for its Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh computer. Slated to ship this summer, the innovative, flat-panel design features a total entertainment center including a custom Acoustimass sound system by Bose; custom vertically mounted CD player; television tuner; FM radio tuner; full computer hardware, including a PowerPC 603e RISC processor; S-video input with a cable adapter for composite video; and a custom keyboard with Italian leather palm rests and a detachable trackpad. Customers in the United States can order a Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh through any Apple Specialist. Apple Specialists are a special group of Apple Authorized Resellers who dedicate a majority of their staff and services to Apple products, and who have the highest level of service certification from Apple. Apple Specialists have been...
May 27
[MD1] AppleShare IP Registry
FOR RELEASE MAY 27, 1997 Contact: Charles McHenry 541-772-2382 cmchenry@opendoor.com OPEN DOOR NETWORKS TO SIMPLIFY ACCESS TO APPLE'S NEW APPLESHARE IP SERVERS CENTRALIZED REGISTRY IS NEXT STEP IN OPEN DOOR'S GOAL OF MAKING THE INTERNET EASIER TO USE ASHLAND, OR. -- May 27, 1997 -- In concert with Apple's shipping of its new AppleShare IP 5.0 product, Open Door Networks Inc. today announced that it would host an online registry of publicly-accessible AppleShare IP file servers. The free Web-based registry will enable Macintosh users to easily find and access Internet-based AppleShare file servers using their Web browser. Once accessed, AppleShare file server volumes appear as disks on the user's desktop, enabling the user to access files and applications on those servers just as if they were local to the user's Macintosh and eliminating the need for cryptic interfaces such as those used in FTP (file transfer protocol). "Apple's new AppleShare IP product begins to extend the...
May 27
[MD1] VOODOO 1.8
PRESS RELEASE - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE UNI SOFTWARE PLUS GmbH Softwarepark Hagenberg A-4323 Hagenberg AUSTRIA phone: +43 (7236) 3338-82 fax: +43 (7236) 3338-30 email: voodoo@unisoft.co.at www: http://www.unisoft.co.at/e/products/voodoo.html NEW RELEASE 1.8 OF THE POPULAR VERSION CONTROL TOOL VOODOO AVAILABLE. MANY NEW FEATURES AND SMOOTH INTEGRATION WITH METROWERKS CODEWARRIOR IDE. Hagenberg, AUSTRIA, May-23-1997. UNI SOFTWARE PLUS today announced the IMMEDIATE AVAILABILITY of the new version 1.8 of its popular version control tool VOODOO. The new version offers so many great new features that it should be called 2.0. However, since we did already reserve this version number for the next great step (the client server solution) this version is just called 1.8. Here is a list of the most important new features of version 1.8: + Support of AppleEvents and AppleScript + Smooth integration with Metrowerks CodeWarrior IDE (compatible with CW IDE 1.7.4 as well as with the upcoming CW...
May 22
[MD1] YetEvenBetterBusError (aka DavesBetterBusError 1.0b1)
[ANN] YetEvenBetterBusError (aka DavesBetterBusError 1.0b1) =========================================================== Dave Evans May '97 Article in MacTech magazine reported the availability of YetEvenBetterBusError. This debugging tool wasn't immediately available, but is now. It has also been renamed DavesBetterBusError 1.0b1. You can find it at the MacTech ftp site: (ftp://ftp.mactech.com//mactech/src/13.05/) Or Dave Evans "Code Mechanic" web site: (http://ng.netgate.net/~tilde/mechanic/)
May 22
[MD1] Apple Announces Newton Subsidiary
Apple Announces Newton Subsidiary New Company to Focus on Computing & Communications For Mobile Users CUPERTINO, Calif.--May 22, 1997--Apple Computer, Inc. today announced the formation of a subsidiary that will focus on meeting the computing and communications needs of today's corporate mobile users. The new company, to be named at a later date, will provide customers with market-driven products and technologies, based on the award-winning Newton operating system, in conjunction with its licensees, value-added resellers, and systems integrators. "Over the past year, we have seen the Newton Systems Group launch compelling products based on the Newton operating system," said Dr. Gilbert F. Amelio, Chairman and CEO of Apple Computer, Inc. "We believe that the time is right to establish the group as a focused entity. This decision allows the new subsidiary to pursue its business and create the marketing and operating strategies it needs to succeed." The new company will be led by a...
May 20
[MD1] Noesys: Hierarchical Data Format Tool
Dateline---May 19, 1997 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fortner Research Releases Noesys, the First Desktop Tool for Accessing HDF Data Sterling, VA---Fortner Research, the "Science Data Experts", announced today the release of Noesys, the first desktop software tool for Windows and Macintosh OS that provides access and control of scientific data formatted in the popular Hierarchical Data Format (HDF). HDF is a powerful, open standard file format that was developed by The National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA) and is used by thousands of scientists worldwide. The HDF format allows users to easily access data, organize large amounts of technical data from a variety of sources, and share data across networks. "When standard data formats like HDF are adopted, the potential benefits are huge: the exchange of data and information becomes simpler, powerful tools for working with data become more available, and the ability to mine vast quantities of interdisciplinary data becomes...
May 20
[MD1] Roasted Java(tm) News
PRESS RELEASE - For Immediate Release Press Contact: Judith Steinbaum Press and Public Relations Roaster Technologies Judith@roaster.com 617. 876. 4031 x1818 'Roasted Java(tm) News' Launch Offers Daily Distillate of Java! Cambridge, Mass. May 19, 1997 - Roaster Technologies today officially launched "Roasted Java(tm) News," an online Java News Daily. Each freshly updated version includes a comprehensive collection of news headlines concerning Java culled from over 50 different publications available on the Internet. In addition, a department of "Short Takes" supplies information on new or updated applets, applications or Java-related sources. Previews of this resource have been greeted with enthusiasm by members of the press, Java developers and IS Managers. "The accessibility and organization of the site by publication, with special highlights featured at the beginning of each day, gives the site the sense of a well-moderated Java newsletter," said an early user, John Magee, Director...
May 20
[MD1] QuickCRC 1.0 - Software Design Tool
For Immediate Release: QuickCRC 1.0 - Software Design Tool MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa, May 20, 1997 --- Excel Software, makers of the popular MacA&D and WinA&D software engineering tools, today announced availability of QuickCRC 1.0 for both Macintosh and Windows 95/NT. QuickCRC is a software design tool for discovering objects and related information for an object-oriented software development project. QuickCRC automates the CRC card concept of identifying classes, responsibilities and collaborations between objects. It provides developers with a powerful, intuitive design tool that requires little or no formal training. QuickCRC uses a diagram workspace for creating card and scenario objects. A card represents the properties of a class including its name, description, superclasses, subclasses, attributes, responsibilities and collaborating objects. A scenario represents a design mechanism defined as a series of steps involving communicating objects. Scenarios can reference...
May 20
[MD1] BasiChat
BasiChat http://www.basichat.com Download a demo version now. The idea is simple: use Java to provide a cross-platform WWW chat tool that everybody can use. No IRC support, no fancy graphics, no blinking advertisements, no advertisements you didn't sell, no outrageous cost, no slow applets that bring your machine to a crawl - just a BasiChat for regular users. Most existing chat servers suffer from either feature bloat (the expensive ones loaded with plug-ins) or inefficient design (the free and cheap ones). We designed BasiChat to elegantly offer only core functionality for web-based chat. The server is cross-platform, extremely efficient, and easy to install. Simple design is the centerpiece of this application. The Server: Supports multiple independent channels, with multiple rooms, with private messages. Logs a client's entrance and exit Can do 'session' logging, which can be turned on/off at any time Gives complete control over all channels, rooms and...
May 20
[MD1] Apple Developer News
This is a really great Apple Developer News -- it succinctly sums up WWDC, so we're redistributing here. ---------------------------------------------------- --- --- --- A P P L E D E V E L O P E R N E W S --- --- From the staff of Apple Directions --- --- --- --- #56 Supplement May 13, 1997 --- ---------------------------------------------------- Most of the items in this e-mail can be found at Apple's Developer World site, with live links to referenced web sites: (http://www.devworld.apple.com/) For subscription/cancellation information, see the end of this message. --------------------------------------- The WWDC '97 Keynote: A Personal Account by Gregg Williams Apple Developer Relations Apple Computer Tuesday, May 13, 1997 If there was anything different about the 1997 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, I couldn't tell it. The usual assortment of...
May 20
[MD1] Vivo Software Releases
For Immediate Release Contacts: Peter Zaballos Ed Hutchinson Vivo Software Lois Paul & Partners (617) 899-8900 (617) 238-5700 pete_zaballos@vivo.com ed_hutchinson@lpp.com VIVO SOFTWARE ANNOUNCES IMMEDIATE AVAILABILITY OF VIVOACTIVE 2.0 WEB STREAMING VIDEO PRODUCTION TOOL, VIEWER Most Popular, Easiest Way To Create Web Video Content Now Offers Larger Image, Higher Resolution, More Flexibility WALTHAM, Mass., May 19, 1997 -- Vivo Software, Inc. today announced immediate availability of VivoActive 2.0, an enhanced version of Vivo's popular, server-independent Web streaming video production tool and viewer. VivoActive 2.0 offers Web developers the fastest, easiest way to create Web video content, which can be streamed from a wide array of servers and viewed over dial-up modem connections. VivoActive supports standard HTTP servers as well as media servers from Microsoft Corp.'s NetShow, Netscape...
May 20
[MD1] Rhapsody for Apple Developer Program Members
Sender: "Mark B. Johnson" (mjohnson@apple.com) Subject: Prelude To Rhapsody For Program Members You've asked for it, and here it is. If you are a program member and are signed up for our seeding program, you too can get Prelude to Rhapsody. Due to licensing restrictions this is a limited offer and you'll need to request it, but if you want it and will use it, you should be able to get it. Note the special addition of WebObjects which was provided as a bonus to WWDC attendees is not included in this package, but all of the rest of the software you need to get started is. Regards, Mark --------------- Prelude to Rhapsody for Apple Developer Program Members Due to the phenomenal success of the Prelude to Rhapsody bundle that was given to all attendees of last week's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple Developer Relations has obtained a limited supply of Prelude to Rhapsody development tools and is very pleased to be able to offer these to members of Apple's Developer Programs. Apple...
May 16
[MD1] Stalker Internet Mail Server
Stalker Software Announces Stalker Internet Mail Server 1.0beta MILL VALLEY, CA - May 15th, 1997 - Stalker Software, Inc. announced today the first public beta version of the Stalker Internet Mail Server - a high-performance Open-Transport native SMTP, POP3, and "poppwd" server for the MacOS. The industry-strong Stalker Internet Mail Server is FREE. It does not have any demo/trial limitations, and it can be used to support several hundred accounts and multiple domains. This product fills the gap between the commercial servers as the CommuniGate(tm) Integrated Messaging System and low-end freeware mail servers. The high performance Mail Server relies on the OpenTransport features. While the first release is still slower than the best UNIX mail servers on comparable CPUs, several enhancements will be implemented shortly. But even this beta version (available in the MC68K code) easily handles 100+ incoming and 100+ outgoing simultaneous connections on a Quadra or low-end PowerPC machines...
May 15
[MD1] Apple Offers New Customer Support Program
Apple Offers New Customer Support Program Customers Get Greater Flexibility and Choice at Low Cost CUPERTINO, Calif.--May 15, 1997--Today, Apple Computer, Inc., announced a new technical support option for owners of Apple hardware and software products, called Apple Support Line (ASL). Since April 1, 1996, Apple has offered customers both a one-year limited hardware warranty and 90 days of complimentary up-and-running technical support on their Apple products. ASL, a one-year renewable support contract available directly from Apple and from participating Apple authorized resellers, allows customers to continue to receive up-and-running support from Apple after their 90 days of complimentary support have expired. The majority of customers purchasing Apple products benefit from having access to up-and-running support when they first purchase their computer or peripheral product. That is, new customers find it very useful to be able to call Apple for some basic assistance: for help...
May 15
[MD1] NeoAccess 5.0 for BeOS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEOLOGIC ANNOUNCES NEOACCESS FOR BeOS BeOS release of the high-performance, cross-platform object database runs 300 to 500% faster than on MacOS. SANTA CLARA, CA May 10, 1997 -- NeoLogic Systems, Inc. today announced the release of NeoAccess 5.0 for the Be Operating System (BeOS) NeoAccess is NeoLogic's cross-platform object database engine. NeoAccess is used by developers as the database foundation for building advanced software applications running on Be, Windows, Macintosh and/or Unix platforms. Utilizing the BeOS's new high-performance file system and extensive multithreading capabilities, benchmarks show that NeoAccess performs three to five times faster than under MacOS on similar PowerMacintosh hardware, making NeoAccess the highest performance object database engine available for PowerPC-based applications. Since NeoAccess is a cross-platform framework, developers can use it to build both BeOS and MacOS applications. "We're extremely pleased that...
May 15
[MD1] ProMaker Utils 0.9.1
ProMaker Utils 0.9.1 - For the FileMaker Professional Announcing the release of of the first public release of ProMaker Utils This is a FileMaker Pro productivity shareware tool for enhancing working with ScriptMaker. If you are a FileMaker Pro 3.0 user or developer and write ScriptMaker scripts this small application can save you a lot of time. ProMaker Utils makes it possible to paste an entire ScriptMaker script (all steps) from a TEXT file into a FileMaker Pro script. No more clicking until your hands hurt, just enter them in one go! How does it work? - Open FileMaker Pro and the script you want to paste the steps in. - Use ProMaker Utils to open a TEXT file with the script-steps in it (some sample text files are included). - Enter the complete script by pressing command-E. ProMaker Utils will bring FileMaker to the front and start pasting the steps into the selected script. It is that simple. System Requirements: Macintosh with 68030 or better or Power Macintosh. System 7.1 or...
May 14
[MD1] Apple Endorses Java Foundation Classes
Joint Release Apple Endorses Java Foundation Classes as a Key Component of its Rhapsody Platform WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.--May 13, 1997--Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Apple Computer, Inc. today announced that Apple has joined Sun, Netscape Communications Corporation, and IBM in the continued effort to evolve the Java Foundation Classes, the most comprehensive set of tools for defining the look and feel of Java applications. Apple will embrace the Java Platform, which includes the Java Foundation Classes, as a central component of its development and deployment strategy for Rhapsody, the code name for its next generation OS, and Mac OS. This announcement confirms Apple's commitment to providing a leading Java Platform for creating and distributing 100% Pure Java solutions. By adopting Java as a premier development environment and Application Programming Interface (API) platform for Mac OS and Rhapsody, Apple developers will have access to the largest deployment platforms possible. "Sun is...
May 14
[MD1] HIDE Awards Winners
Apple Announces Winners of 1997 HIDE Awards "HIDE" Award Winners Display Outstanding Innovation, Elegance, Look and Feel, and Overall Superior Design in Applications for Mac OS WWDC, San Jose, Calif.--May 14, 1997--Apple Computer, Inc. today announced the winners and runner-ups of its 1997 Human Interface Design Excellence Award (HIDE Award; pronounced "Heidi") contest for Mac OS developers. The HIDE Awards illustrate Apple's continued support for the Mac OS developer community and recognize superior software from 1996 in the areas of Innovation, Elegance, Look and Feel, and Overall Design. This year's HIDE Award winners and runner-ups were unveiled last evening at an awards ceremony as part of Apple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). The WWDC takes place this week, May 13-16, at the San Jose Convention center in San Jose, Calif. " The HIDE Awards recognize and applaud the outstanding innovation and creativity of Mac OS developers, said David Krathwohl, vice president of...
May 14
[MD1] Mac OS 8 Beta Release Receives Positive Response
Apple's Mac OS 8 Beta Release Receives Positive Response; Developers and Customers Laud Major Upgrade to Operating System WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-Apple Computer, Inc. today revealed that the recent release of the beta version of its forthcoming major operating system upgrade, Mac OS 8, has been enthusiastically received by seeded developers and customers alike. Scheduled for introduction in July 1997, Mac OS 8 will provide a more responsive user interface with a multi-threaded, PowerPC-native Finder; integrated Internet services, and improved installation and configuration features. "Everytime we show Mac OS 8 to customers, press, and trade show attendees we get a terrific response," said Jim Gable, vice president of Apple Software Marketing. "This is the most significant update to the OS software platform in many years and clearly demonstrates Apple's lasting advantages -particularly in ease-of-use and now with integrated Internet services." "Developer response to the Mac...
May 14
[MD1] Apple Operating System (OS) Strategy and Roadmap
Apple Operating System (OS) Strategy and Roadmap Strategy Delivers Compatibility with Currently Shipping Mac Systems and Applications, Accelerates Delivery of Next-Generation Software, and Provides Smooth Migration to Next-Generation OS WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-As announced at Macworld San Francisco in January, Apple Computer, Inc. plans to implement a strategy in which the Company will continue to deliver significant and regularly scheduled upgrades to the current Mac OS while accelerating development of a new and advanced operating system. The new operating system is code-named 'Rhapsody' and will be based on the merging of technologies from Apple and NeXT Software, Inc. As well as providing pioneering next generation technology, Rhapsody aims to provide strong backward compatibility for Mac OS software offering current customers a smooth migration path to the new OS. Through this approach, the Company expects to provide customers and developers with a platform for...
May 14
[MD1] Internet Access With Mac OS 8
Apple Plans to Provide Customers with Best-of-Class Internet Access With Mac OS 8 Mac OS 8 Planned to Offer Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer Browsers WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-Apple Computer, Inc. today revealed its plans that customers of its upcoming operating system, Mac OS 8, will have access to best-of-class Internet access via Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers. Scheduled to be released this summer, Mac OS 8 reaffirms Apple's continuing efforts to integrate the Internet into the core operating system. "The depth of Internet integration in Mac OS 8 is going to surprise many observers-and delight customers," said Jim Gable, vice president of Platform and Software Technologies. "The natural extension of this philosophy is to include both of the world's leading browser technologies, giving customers choices for the best possible Internet experience." Internet Features Mac OS 8 provides key Internet features including integrated...
May 14
[MD1] WebObjects Part of Next Generation Development Environment
WebObjects Included in Yellow Box Development Environment; New Tiered Pricing Benefits WebObjects Customers WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-At it's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple Computer Inc. today announced that its WebObjects technology will be included in the Yellow Box, the code name for its cross platform next generation application development environment. The inclusion of WebObjects Frameworks in the Yellow Box provides an HTML interface to objects, enabling developers to easily create dynamic web-based applications. Apple also announced a new tiered pricing structure for WebObjects Enterprise that includes aggressive pricing based on access by workgroups, divisions, and unlimited users. Apple expects both these announcements to increase the market penetration of WebObjects technology. David Kay, WebObjects product manager, Apple Computer, Inc. said, "WebObjects has cut its teeth in the Enterprise market where it has been adopted by fortune 500...
May 14
[MD1] Apple Cuts Prices on OPENSTEP Enterprise
Apple Cuts Prices on OPENSTEP Enterprise and Updates Product to Version 4.2 Product Now Includes Support for Deploying Applications on Windows 95; Increases Developer Productivity With PCVS Manager Integration WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple Computer, Inc. today announced it was reducing prices on OPENSTEP Enterprise, and introducing a new version of the product, OPENSTEP Enterprise 4.2. OPENSTEP Enterprise 4.2 is an object oriented development environment running on Windows NT that allows developers to assemble, integrate, and deploy dynamic business applications across the enterprise on a variety of Operating Systems. OPENSTEP Enterprise 4.2 allows developers to create applications that can easily be updated to respond to changing user needs in the enterprise. New features include the ability to deploy applications on Windows 95 and Project Builder integration with Intersolv's PVCS Manager source code management...
May 14
[MD1] Apple Outlines Internet Developments
Apple Outlines Latest Internet Developments at Worldwide Developers Conference WebObjects Integrated in Next Generation OS; Java Highlighted Throughout Conference WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-Apple Computer Inc.'s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), San Jose Convention Center, May 13-16, saw the Company deliver a focused Internet message to developers based around how WebObjects technology would build on the Company's strength in Internet publishing. Apple also highlighted Internet integration in future operating systems and showed company-wide commitment to developing preeminent development and deployment platforms for Java technology. WebObjects to Build on Internet Publishing Strengths Apple believes that the Mac OS platform offers the most powerful publishing solution for the Internet. Forrester Research estimates 10 million people will be authoring content for the Internet by 1999. Today it is estimated that Macintosh users are responsible for more than 50 percent...
May 14
[MD1] Apple Announces Rhapsody Unified Development Strategy
Apple Announces Unified Development Strategy for Next Generation Applications as Part of Rhapsody New Development Platform, Code Name "Yellow Box", to Speed Creation of Robust, Content-Rich, Cross-Platform Applications; Java Integrated Throughout Next Generation System Software Product Line WWDC, SAN JOSE, Calif.-May 13, 1997-At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple Computer, Inc. today outlined a radical software development strategy for Rhapsody, the code name for its next generation operating system. By utilizing the "Yellow Box" Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), software developers will eventually be able to deploy their applications on a wide range of operating systems including Rhapsody, Mac OS, Rhapsody for Intel, Windows 95, and Windows NT. By making the Yellow Box programming environment cross platform Apple believes it can attract new software developers to the Rhapsody and Mac OS platforms and expand the business opportunities for current Mac OS...
May 14
[MD1] No Wonder
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! No Wonder, formally known as Ask AppleBoy, a FREE HELP site on the Web covering various Operating Systems is looking for volunteers who are interested in helping others. Previously, they supported only the MacOS platform. Because of the wonderful response from users, they have decided to expand to include support for as many operating systems as possible. This includes support for MacOS, Be, Solaris, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows 3.1, DOS, OS/2, plus others. They are also looking to expand to Java. No Wonder may be a new name, but is not new to the online world. "We have been online for over 7 months, and keep growing each day." said Scott William, Founder of No Wonder & Ask AppleBoy. The foundation of their service is based upon 1-2-1 Personal Support. Individual users can come to their site and ask questions via email or via a message board. Email support questions are responded to in under 24 hours by one of our volunteer staff members who knows that...
May 13
[MD1] FireSite 2.0
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Susan Marlett ClearWay Technologies 617-973-5024 marlett@clearway.com CLEARWAY TECHNOLOGIES SHIPS FIRESITE 2.0, THE FASTEST WEB SITE ACCELERATOR EVER CREATED -- FireSite Delivers High Bandwidth for Web Servers, Economically. Webmasters Deliver "T-1 Speeds" Using ISDN, Modems; Serve Hundreds of Thousands of Hits Per Day -- Boston, MA., May 13, 1997 -- ClearWay Technologies, Inc. today announced availability of FireSite(TM) Blazing Web Site Accelerator version 2.0, an updated version of ClearWay's Web site acceleration software for the Mac(r) OS. The software, which can deliver "T-1 speeds" from Web sites using ISDN or modem lines, now offers enhanced functionality including a powerful and complete "Virtual Domain Management" system, protection against "media hijacking", and dynamic multimedia "Themes." ClearWay has announced introductory prices for FireSite 2.0, starting at US$99.00, and has made 30-day evaluation copies of FireSite freely...
May 12
[MD1] First Commercial App for Rhapsody
For a good story on the first company to announce the first commercial application for Apple Computer's new operating system, code named Rhapsody, see the following summary of Stone Design's recent press release (full press release follows), which you may reprint, including the URL for the online version of the press release (http://www.stone.com/pr/Create_HTML_Press_Release.html). ************************** Stone Design Announces First Commercial App for Rhapsody and the Yellow Box Stone Design, a longtime leader in the NeXT/OpenStep marketplace, grabbed a slice of Apple history by becoming the first developer to announce the first commercial application for Rhapsody. Create HTML, a full-featured design, layout and drawing application, will run on Apple's new operating system, code named "Rhapsody," as well as on OpenStep for Windows95 and NT, MACH and SOLARIS. Not a novice when it comes to being first -- Stone Design was the first developer to ship a product on NeXT Hardware in 1989...
May 12
[MD1] Metrowerks 3rd Quarter Revenues
This is not a typical MacDev-1 release, but some have expressed interest in special cases like Metrowerks. -Neil ------------------------------------------------------- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE METROWERKS THIRD QUARTER REVENUES TOTAL US$3.6 MILLION Metrowerks Takes $4.3 Million Non-Recurring Charge AUSTIN, Texas-May 12, 1997-Metrowerks Inc. (NASDAQ: MTWKF, TSE/ME:MWK), today announced the results of its third fiscal quarter ending April 30, 1997, reporting revenue of $3.6 million, an increase of 52% over the third fiscal quarter of 1996. During the quarter, the company continued its product diversification efforts in the face of declining Mac OS-based product sales. As a result of the declining Mac OS sales, non-recurring and acquisition charges of $4.3 million, or $0.37 per share, related to the company's Mac OS-based product business were incurred. The net loss from ongoing operations was $1.6 million, or $.14 per share. After taking into account non-recurring charges, the company...
May 12
[MD1] CodeWarrior Professional
METROWERKS LAUNCHES CODEWARRIOR PROFESSIONAL New IDE Version 2.0 Offers Drastic Improvements in Productivity SAN JOSE, California-May 12, 1997- At the Apple WorldWide Developers Conference, Metrowerks Inc. (NASDAQ: MTWKF, TSE/ME:MWK), one of the world's leading providers of software development tools, today announced CodeWarrior Professional 1, the first release of a new edition of CodeWarrior that combines Metrowerks Mac OS-hosted desktop tools and Windows-hosted desktop tools into a single, powerful, unified development package.CodeWarrior Professional replaces CodeWarrior Gold and CodeWarrior Gold for Windows 95/NT which until now have been sold separately. "The decision to combine the two products into one grew out of a desire to provide desktop software developers easier access to both Mac OS and Windows tools," said Jean Belanger, chairman and chief executive officer of Metrowerks. "Metrowerks has a tradition of providing its users with choice. CodeWarriors have long enjoyed the...
May 12
[MD1] CodeWarrior Latitude
METROWERKS INTRODUCES CODEWARRIOR LATITUDE New Development Tools Move Mac OS Applications to Rhapsody and UNIX SAN JOSE, California-May 12, 1997-At the Apple WorldWide Developers Conference, Metrowerks Inc. (NASDAQ: MTWKF, TSE/ME:MWK), one of the world's leading providers of software development tools, today announced the availability of CodeWarrior Latitude, a porting tool that allows software developers to port Mac OS applications to Apple's Next Generation operating system, "Rhapsody", in addition to UNIX-hosted operating systems. Designed to shorten time-to-market for Rhapsody-native applications, this new addition to the CodeWarrior line of development tools enables Mac OS developers to begin the transition to the new OS without rewriting all of their source code. Metrowerks will be showing CodeWarrior Latitude DR/1 at the Apple WorldWide Developer Conference in San Jose, CA from May 13-16 in the "CodeWarrior Lounge", Room J3 of the San Jose Convention Center. CodeWarrior...
May 12
[MD1] WebTen
Apple & Apache: a New Standard in Web Service The world's most popular Web server now on the world's most popular Web creation platform Caching proxy Web service and virtual hosting now available on Macintosh Santa Barbara, CA, May 12, 1997. Tenon Intersystems today announced shipment of WebTen, an industrial-strength, high-performance Apache Web server for Power Macs. WebTen 1.0 takes advantage of Tenon's unique "UNIX virtual machine" technology to support the widely acclaimed Apache Web server as a double-clickable Macintosh System 7 application. Apache runs in Tenon's multi-threaded, pre-emptive multitasking environment, and has been extended with support for WebStar plug-ins and AppleScript CGIs. This dual strategy of supporting both Apple and UNIX Web extensions gives WebTen the largest family of CGIs of any known Web server. WebTen uses Tenon's advanced TCP stack to provide 'true' virtual hosting and includes caching proxy Web service. These advanced features,...
May 12
[MD1] CodeBuilder
Rhapsody APIs and Rhapsody Sockets Available Today on all Power Macs Unique Toolsuite for Building "Rhapsody-Ready"Applications Santa Barbara, CA, May 12, 1997. Tenon Intersystems is shipping a new version of CodeBuilder, a powerful tool for porting existing UNIX applications or developing new, portable Rhapsody applications on Power Macs and Power Mac clones. CodeBuilder 1.0.1 contains a complete UNIX software development environment with a source-level debugger and C, C++, Objective-C, Ada95, Java and Fortran77 compilers all generating native PPC code. Because CodeBuilder creates binary PowerPC Executable Format (PEF) files that can integrate directly with other Macintosh development tools, software developers can combine Macintosh debuggers and compilers with the CodeBuilder tool suite to get the best of both the Macintosh and UNIX worlds. MachTen CodeBuilder extends MacOS with a family of dynamically-linked, shared libraries that, like a Java virtual machine,...
May 11
[MD1] Lasso 2.0b1
DOWNLOAD LASSO 2.0b1 FOR MACINTOSH NOW! May 10, 1997 Blue World Communications, Inc. is proud to announce the availability of Lasso 2.0b1. Lasso 2.0b1 is the first beta release of Blue World's 2.0 version of Lasso, the powerful CGI/Plugin for web-enabling and now java-enabling Claris FileMaker Pro databases for Macintosh. Lasso 2.0 introduces a host of features commonly found by combining various CGI/plugins costing hundreds of dollars more. A rich feature set positions Lasso as much more than simply a Web database enabling solution, but, distinguishes Lasso as a powerful dynamic web publishing tool. New features in version 2.0 include the following: - Java-enable FileMaker Pro: Java developers can use the provided set of Java Classes for creating applets and applications which serve as dynamic front-ends to FileMaker Pro. - Built-in Image Conversion: Lasso now converts PICTs stored within FileMaker Pro databases to GIF and JPEG on-the-fly without relying on clip2gif. (No need for...
May 10
[MD1] Object Master and Mac2Win
Here's two announcements from Altura -- Object Master Professional Edition and new lower pricing for Mac2Win.s who purchase Object Master Professional Edition will receive the current Release and the following two releases all for one price. The new releases will automatically be distributed to Professional Edition subscription customers when they are made available. "Our experience, as a leading provider of cross-plaform development tools, tells us that in order for developers to be productive, it is imperative that they have the richest and most reliable tools," said Lorenzen. "Object Master Professional Edition will provide developers with the best development environment that their money can buy." NEW FEATURES Altura will be adding a number of new features to future releases of Object Master. For Release 6, currently planned for June 1997, Object Master will add the following capabilities: o Java - Full Java support, including the creation of new classes, class trees,...
May 10
[MD1] O'Reilly: Official Be Publisher
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 10, 1997 CONTACT: Sara Winge 707/829-0515 x285 sara@ora.com http://www.ora.com/be/ O'REILLY & ASSOCIATES IS OFFICIAL TECHNICAL PUBLISHER FOR BE, INC. The "Be Book" is First Title in Publishing Program for Be Developers SEBASTOPOL, CA--Technical publisher O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., is the official publisher of technical documentation for the Be operating system (BeOS), O'Reilly and Be, Inc., announced today at the Be Developers' Conference in Santa Clara, CA. The first title, the two-volume "Be Book," will be published in July when the final version of the BeOS is released. The "Be Book" is the official programmer's reference manual for the BeOS, providing developers with direct access to the internals of this revolutionary new operating system. It includes two volumes and two CD-ROMs that contain the entire operating system. O'Reilly will be publishing more titles for Be programmers and users in late 1997 and 1998. "We're excited about the...
May 10
[MD1] AutoShare 1.3
AutoShare 1.3, a freeware list server and auto-responder for EIMS (formerly AIMS and MailShare), has been released and may be downloaded from (ftp://ftp.dnai.com/users/m/meh/AutoShare/) and also from the mirror site at (http://www.dcl.co.uk/MacOS/email/autoshare/) until it's up on Info-Mac in the comm/inet/mail directory. Version 1.3 offers - improvements and bug fixes - expanded full scriptability - improved Admin with balloon help - subscriber and administrator web forms - Mac-to-HTML and MIME-to-HTML character conversions - list-specific passwords for remote administration by e-mail - new post and nopost subscriber options - choice of RFC From vs envelope sender for subscriber lists - Mac-to-MIME configuration, unconditional option added - scripted e-mail using the Send Mail AppleScript command - updated Frontier glue document - using AutoShare with NewsRunner - monthly help files on a per-list basis - specific key strings for poll accounts -...
May 09
[MD1] MacTech CD Now Includes All of 'develop'
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Neil Ticktin Publisher, MacTech Magazine Xplain Corporation Phone: 805-494-9797 Fax: 805-494-9798 publisher@mactech.com MACTECH CD NOW INCLUDES ALL OF "DEVELOP" Westlake Village, CA -- May 9, 1997 -- Xplain Corporation, the publisher of MacTech magazine, today announced that it is now shipping a new version of the MacTech CD including the entire history of 'develop', Apple's Technical Journal. As one of the first CD-ROM publishers, MacTech Magazine has continually updated it's historical CD. The MacTech CD, Volumes 1-12 includes every article from MacTech magazine (Nov, 1984 through May, 1997), every issue of develop (Volumes 1-29, 1990-1997), the original Inside Macintosh, the most complete set of FrameWorks magazine archives known, hundreds of megabytes of source code, the best utilities from the net, developer relevant demos, and much more. All of the articles are in THINK Reference format. THINK Reference is one of the most beloved developer tools...
May 08
[MD1] WindowDetective
From: Jeff Beeghly (sd@compumedia.com) WindowDetective is a tool which allows you to view the WindowRecord and GrafPort records of any window. Once you have viewed the contents of a certain window, you may print the data, copy the data to the clipboard, or save the data as a text file. Developers can use WindowDetective to aid them in their development cycle. Are Quickdraw calls not drawing in the right location and you believe the Regions in you application (visible, clip, etc...) are getting corrupted? Use WindowDetective! Software testers (or Quality Assurance Engineers) can use WindowDetective for scripted regression testing and everyday guerrilla testing. You can find it in the dev folder on the Info-Mac sites, or from my home page: (http://www.compumedia.com/~sd/Jeff_Beeghly/)
May 08
[MD1] BrainHex 1.1
BrainScan Software is pleased to announce the release of BrainHex 1.1, an updated version of the popular BrainHex file editor and browser for MacOS(tm) based computers. Billed as "the world's greatest (and noisiest) hexadecimal file editor for MacOS(tm)," BrainHex allows the user to view and edit the contents of either fork (data or resource) of any MacOS file in hexadecimal code as well as ASCII characters and also provides full-featured editing of file system information, the ability to edit values in many formats and much more. BrainHex users include software developers, data analysts, game hackers, and anyone curious about what's really in those files cluttering their disk drives. BrainHex 1.1 includes several user-requested features, and improves the usefulness and robustness of the product. New features of this release include a much enhanced Finder Info editing window, powerful file comparison features and improved management of multiple views open to a single file. A few...
May 08
[MD1] CodeWarrior Lounge at WWDC
If you are planning to attend WWDC in San Jose, please stop by the CodeWarrior Lounge (Room J-3). See the new 2.0 IDE, learn how CodeWarrior Latitude will make the transition to Rhapsody easier, and meet our engineers, who will be available to answer any questions you may have. CodeWarrior Latitude DR1 will be available next week and purchases can be made at WWDC, by calling our customer service department, and by contacting resellers. CodeWarrior Latitude: -Is a porting tool which allows you to quickly move existing Mac OS 7.X applications to UNIX, and soon Rhapsody. -Contains a set of shared libraries which perfom the functions of the Macintosh API. -Allows you to identify which portions of your code will port smoothly and which Mac Toolbox traps are not implemented, by compiling and linking your CodeWarrior project with the special Latitiude test libraries. CodeWarrior Latitude also includes: -Two free updates -Free technical support -Sun Solaris and SGI IRIX porting tools....
May 08
[MD1] CorelDraw Mac OS port
"When development manager Ian LeGrow asked Corel Corporation's management if he could port Windows-based CorelDRAW to the Mac OS platform, the idea was received less than enthusiastically. "In the summer of 1995, my managers were under the impression that the Macintosh was near death," says LeGrow. "But after discussing the size of the Mac OS installed base and the ease of porting a Windows-based product, they let my team have a go at it. "Now, two years later, Corel views the Mac OS platform in a whole different light." Thus begins an excellent porting PC-to-Mac success story, "How Corel Made Its Mark in the Mac OS Market," by Kris Dalebout Newby in the May issue of Apple Directions. I've included a brief summary of the article below, which you may reprint, including the URL for the online version of the article (http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/informed/appledirections/may97/devspotlight. html). ********** Corel Finds Porting PC-to-Mac Easy and Lucrative Corel Corporation...
May 08
[MD1] CyberGauge
Neon Software Announces CyberGauge 2.0 LAFAYETTE, CA - April 23rd, 1996 - Neon Software announced today an upgrade to their popular MacOS Internet bandwidth measurement utility CyberGauge. Version 2.0 enhancements include the ability to monitor network interfaces on multiple routers, automatic creation of JPEG format graphs of bandwidth data, and auto-discovery of the routers which connect your Macintosh to the Internet. CyberGauge is an inexpensive yet powerful Internet management utility which allows users to monitor and analyse the throughput of virtually every Internet router available on the market. Based on the industry standard management protocol, SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), CyberGauge can also be used to determine bandwidth utilization on many network-connected devices, such as switches and hubs. The crucial decision of balancing bandwidth and price requires a thorough knowledge of current bandwidth utilization. CyberGauge shows whether or not you are getting...
 
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