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March 3, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Early access versions of the Solaris implementation of Unix System V.4 for the PowerPC RISC, the NeXTstep object-oriented operating environment for the Sparc RISCs plus developers kits and object libraries for OpenStep and Distributed Objects Everywhere will all be available by the end of the year, according to SunSoft Inc, the software arm of Mountain View, California-based Sun Microsystems Inc. The OpenStep interface specification comprises the user interface, database kit and middleware of NeXT Computer Inc’s NeXTstep 3.2, and will come with objects for managing user resources and will define the way that objects should interact with desktop applications.

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