VANCOUVER, Washington – 5 February, 2003
Austin-Soft today announced the release of DTerm 3.2, the developer utility
to make other developers’ lives easier by providing an external tool to
display and capture their diagnostic information. The new version adds the
ability to specify the default buffer size and better documentation among
other new features.
DTerm has been updated to better utilize memory so that more output can be
saved, while permitting developers to specify how much output will be
saved. In addition, the current preferences are used when creating a
distributable monitoring app so that customers can provide the output in
the format that developers specify.
“With DTerm 3.2, we are putting more power into the hands of developers,”
said Glenn L. Austin, CEO of Austin-Soft.com. “DTerm 3.2 not only uses
memory more efficiently than in the past, now developers can determine how
much output each window will retain.”
DTerm 3.2 sells for $64, while upgrades from previous versions are free.
DTerm 3.2 is available for download from Austin-Soft.com:
DTerm 3.2 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).