VANCOUVER, Washington – 20 January, 2003
Austin-Soft today announced the release of DTerm 3.1, our developer utility
to make other developers’ lives easier by providing an external tool to
display and capture their diagnostic information. The new version fixes
several problems, improves the monitor application’s interface, and adds
several requested features to the product.
DTerm has been rebuilt with the latest version of Austin-Soft’s
Carbonization libraries, which feature full support of CarbonEvents and
sheets on Mac OS X. Additions have been made to the DTerm library routines
to improve compatibility and help developers isolate individual areas of
their code. Also, many settings which were application-wide can now apply
to individual session windows. In addition, the user interface has been
updated and several bugs have been fixed.
“With DTerm 3.1, we are again pushing the envelope on what developers can
diagnose in their programs,” said Glenn L. Austin, CEO of Austin-Soft.com.
“With DTerm 3.1, developers now have the tools they need to not only detect
problems with their software before release, but to also diagnose
difficulties on individual end-user machines. DTerm can help turn a problem
customer into a partner, while saving both time and money for the
DTerm 3.1 sells for $64, while upgrades from previous versions are free.
DTerm 3.1 is available for download from Austin-Soft.com:
DTerm 3.1 requires Mac OS 9 or later, 64 MB total memory, a 2 GB of disk space.
Austin-Soft.com designs and develops software for Macintosh, Java, Linux,
and Windows. Based in the Portland, Oregon area, Austin-Soft.com brings
over 25 years of both hardware and software development experience to the
computer users (http://www.austin-soft.com).