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Thought people might be intrested in this. -- Christine Van Roosen

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Christine Van Roosen
Software Tools Marketing
Harlequin Incorporated
Tel: 1 (617) 374 2486
Fax: 1 (617) 252 6505


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (March 17, 1999) Harlequin today announced the
availability of its Harlequin? Common Lisp ORB? for Liquid Common Lisp
on UNIX platforms.

This new product uses CORBA? technology to provide a complete
distributed computing solution for Common Lisp.  The package includes an
integrated Interface Definition Language (IDL) compiler for importing
CORBA interfaces to Common Lisp programs, and a complete ORB, which lets
users deploy CORBA solutions with support for version 2.0 of CORBA (and
relevant portions of the 2.2 standard).

Harlequins ORB lets developers write and deploy modern application
components that interoperate with components written in other languages,
including C++, Java?, Cobol, and Harlequin? Dylan?, said John
Hotchkiss, director of the Harlequin Software Tools business unit.
This complete enterprise solution lets developers choose the right tool
for each part of a project and successfully integrate knowledge-based
solutions such as Common Lisp into distributed systems.  It is an ideal
tool for organizations seeking to integrate applications with the
Internet and with existing bodies of code.

The ORB also contains the Portable Object Adapter, the Internet InterOrb
Protocol (IIOP?), the Dynamic Invocation Interfaces, and the Dynamic
Skeleton Interfaces.  The ORB is included with other Harlequin Common
Lisp products including the LispWorks? Enterprise Edition on the
Windows? platform.  It is also available as a layered product for
LispWorks on UNIX platforms.

Availability and Pricing

Harlequin Common Lisp ORB is available immediately.  To obtain further

374-2521 (US) or 44 (0) 1223 873883 (UK).  Quantity and educational
discounts are available.

Additional product information and background material on the Harlequin
Common Lisp programming language and product family are available on the
Harlequin website ( http://www.*-*-*.com/ ).

About Harlequin

Harlequin is a major provider of professional software development
tools. Since 1986, the company has been dedicated to the development and
delivery of highly creative and effective solutions to customers
problemsfrom telecommunications software to color management
technology. Harlequin has grown into a global software company with
world-class expertise in intelligence analysis, information management,
software development and delivery tools, high-quality digital printing
and publishing, and image sequence processing. The company has offices
in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.

Copyright ?1998 Harlequin Group plc. All rights reserved. Harlequin and
LispWorks are registered trademarks of Harlequin Group plc. Dylan is a
trademark of Apple Computer Inc.  Windows and Windows NT are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other brand or
product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.

All products and specifications are subject to change. Harlequin makes
no warranty and accepts no liability for any loss or damage arising from
the use of information or particulars in this document.


Sun, 02 Sep 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
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