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|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
9 AM EDT, May 5, 2010
Raleigh, NC - May 5, 2010: Dignus LLC announces GCC alternative for z/TPF in Release 1.91.
The Systems/C and Systems/C++ compiler products provide a flexible development alternative to z/TPF GCC. Version 1.91 of Systems/C and Systems/C++ has refined and dramatically improved existing code-generation for z/TPF. With excellent cooperation and guidance from the IBM TPF Laboratory, the Dignus compilers have passed all testing and performance requirements and in addition, the IBM support methodology is in place for z/TPF customers.
Technical features include:
Decimaldata type, etc...
This announcement serves to highlight the Dignus continued innovation to bring value to our existing and future customers using C and C++ compiler implementations for z/TPF and zSeres Architecture running z/Linux.
The code updates are now available ont he IBM website. The web URL for the maintenance downloads is: http://www.ibm.com/tpf/maint/maintztpf.html.
The APAR numbers are PJ37437, PJ37438, PJ37439 and PJ37440, and PK68078.
** To view the detailed list of new features in V1.91 go to www.dignus.com.
Dignus, LLC is an innovative company, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, committed to providing the best compilers, assemblers and development tools for the IBM mainframe. Solutions are applicable to programming for a wide range of IBM mainframe operating systems, including z/OS, TPF, z/TPF, VM, z/Linux and others. Systems/C, Systems/C++ and Systems/ASM run in native or cross-mode on PCs or workstations. This allows the end user to have the benefits of exceptional editing, rapid compile times, and locally assembled output linked on the mainframe for execution. For more information about Dignus, LLC or our products visit www.dignus.com.