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AustinSoft releases DTerm for Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X


AustinSoft releases DTerm for Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X

Vancouver, WA – Wednesday, December 26, 2001: AustinSoft today announces
the immediate availability of DTerm for Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X.

DTerm provides an interface for displaying diagnostic and debugging
information in real-time from your programs. Each program has its own
window, and can intelligently merge the contents of multiple windows into a
single window, showing the interactions between multiple programs. In
addition, DTerm can display the formatted contents of data structures with
a single call.

In addition, DTerm is the first real-time debugging application for Mac OS
X that does not require additional interaction from the developer.

“We are really excited about DTerm,” stated lead developer Glenn L. Austin.
“When developing time-critical programs, such as client-server
applications, it is important to be able to view the internal status of
those programs in real-time. It’s also really useful when developing
programs that take over the entire screen, because we can have a record of
what is happening in the programs without having to develop a separate
system for displaying that information.”

DTerm is available for $64 a copy. Volume and educational discounts, and
site licensing are available.

More information and a demonstration version of DTerm can be obtained from
the AustinSoft web site at (

About AustinSoft

Based in Vancouver, Washington, AustinSoft provides custom software
development services and innovative products for the Macintosh, Windows,
Java and Linux platforms. For more information, please visit our web site
at (

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