| ||Wednesday, April 08, 1998|
Peter Rukavina scores a breakthru!
He figured out how
to call Frontier from Perl on Windows thru COM.
Dino Morelli is a Java consultant who's going back to C++. Here's why.
Jason Levine starts a discussion about Frontier and ASPs on the Frontier5-Win mail list.
ActiveState: Perl debugger for Windows.
SRVANY.EXE, part of Microsoft's Windows NT Server Resource Kit, allows any Windows app to run as a service.
ActivePlus does the same thing?
Oooooh. This could be interesting!
DailyTish: Microsoft invests $10 million in Silicon Valley VC fund.
I had a support nightmare with Miramar Systems yesterday.
InfoMagic Workgroup Server looks like a good alternative to Miramar, and
so does DAVE from Thursby Systems and
one more, COPSTalk.
The full text of a MacPerl book is on the web.
More comments on Notes.
According to readers, Metrowerks,
Symantec , IBM, Tower,
and Supercede also have Java to native code compilers.
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