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MORTICE KERN PLANS SQL, WINDOWS NT VERSIONS

Commands and utilities house Mortice Kern Systems Inc duly unveiled its application programming interface testing and C source code analysis tool, Code Integrity, at Unix Expo last month (CI No 2,721) and said that it will offer support for C++ programs in the first quarter of next year. It also plans a SQL version that will help identify all those pesky differences between different vendors’ SQL implementations and will team with a proprietary language or database vendor for that development. The company expects interest in Code Integrity to explode when it adds Windows95 and Windows NT versions of the technology in the first quarter of 1996. The compiler work at the heart of Code Integrity was developed by the UK’s Defence Research Agency. The company will offer Code Integrity on IBM Corp’s OpenEdition MVS in the first quarter of 1996; IBM is using Mortice Kern Systems’ work to do its Spec 1170 work on MVS OpenEdition.

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