Friday Mar 20, 2009

Breaking News: Sun Studio Express 3/09 is now available

Sun Studio Express 3/09, the official build used for the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program, is now available on Solaris, OpenSolaris and the latest Linux distributions (RHEL/SuSE/Ubuntu/CentOS), feature highlights since the Sun Studio 12 release include:

  • C/C++/Fortran compiler optimizations for the latest x86 architectures from Intel and AMD including SSSE3, SSSE4a, SSe4.1, SSE4.2 compiler intrinsics support
  • C/C++/Fortran compiler optimizations for the latest UltraSPARC and SPARC64-based architectures
  • DLight - New tool to utilize and visualize the power of Solaris Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) technology
  • dbxTool - New stand-alone GUI debugger
  • Full OpenMP 3.0 compilers and tools support
  • MPI performance analysis in the Performance Analyzer
  • NetBeans IDE 6.5 including new remote development features

Join the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program and evaluate the new capabilities of Sun Studio Software, provide feedback directly to the product team, and influence future product releases.

Check out Kuldip Oberoi's blog or view the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program podcast to learn more.

Download your free copy of Sun Studio

Learn more about the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program

Tuesday Jan 27, 2009

OpenOffice.org 3.0.1 Generally Available

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Globe photo courtesy of Jason Rogers. Use OpenOffice.org

The OpenOffice.org Community is pleased to announce the immediate availability of OpenOffice.org 3.0.1. This point release addresses a few minor issues that have been reported with the current release.

Although minor releases normally do not include new features, there are two points of interest with this version. 

  • enhanced support for grammar checkers, and an
  • increase in the number of words held in personal word lists to 30,000.

A full list of fixes can be found in the developers' release notes.

OpenOffice.org is now available in more than 90 languages and for all major platforms. For a list of languages and platforms click here.

The next release will contain new users features and is scheduled for general availability next quarter.


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