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June 24, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

With all the renewed interest in independent portable software code stimulated by the Open Software Foundation’s Architecture-Neutral Distribution Format Request for Technology, Pecan Software Europe is beginning to make more noise about its long established p-Code University of California at San Diego Pascal product: the Bristol-based company reports that an SCO Unix adaptation of the UCSD p-System for Intel iAPX86-based hardware is now available – and the company has struck up a joint venture with the DSB Consultancy of Holland in a move to increase its European customer base.

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