Having cranked Solaris Unix up to 11, software giant Oracle has now revved up a new companion set of compilers that work with the new operating system as well as the current Oracle Linux clone of Red Hat's Enterprise Linux. The Solaris Studio 12.3 C, C++, and Fortran compilers might bear the Solaris brand and they may have their …
The compilers predate the forte acquisition.
SPARC, not Sparc
Could it be your corporate spell-checker?
It's SPARC not Sparc.
No kidding. It's a trademark.
Note to rchrd: I don't think they care...
"...but like so many things at Oracle, the Tuxedo tools have their origins in ... AT&T."
What do you mean? What other things?
Re: "...but like so many things at Oracle, the Tuxedo tools have their origins in ... AT&T."
Meant to say "but like so many things at Oracle, the Tuxedo tools have their origins elsewhere, in this case telephone giant AT&T."
"With the Solaris Studio 12.3 update, as you can see from the release notes, Oracle says that applications will compile up to 20 per cent faster – which, sadly, will leave coders with less time to play video games and surf the web."
I've read the release notes pointed at and don't see this claim being made. Can you point me to it?