Object-Orientation FAQ

5 cooC (Concurrent, OO C ext.)

From: maeda@isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp (Ken-ichi Maeda)
Subject: cooC FTP release (2nd posting)
Date: 2 Jul 93 15:13:11
Organization: TOSHIBA R & D Center, Kawasaki, JAPAN.
        We are pleased to announce the release of new object oriented
language based on C.  The language has support for concurrent object
execution with synchronous or asynchronous message pssaing and wait when
necessary reply handling.  The language known as cooC (concurrent object
oriented C) is available by anonymous FTP for research purposes.
        FTP Site:  tsbgw.isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp (133.196.1.11)
        File: pub/toshiba/cooc-beta.1.1.tar.Z
        The released version of cooC employs SunOS(TM) LWP (light weight
process), to obtain concurrent execution.  The release consists of the
language translator (cooC->C), a runtime library (SunOS(TM)), a
concurrent object based debbuger, an example groupware application
(SharedDraw) and some technical papers.
BECAUSE THE SYSTEM IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR
ANY PART OF THE SYSTEM.
        TOSHIBA Corporation while making cooC free for research, retains
copyright.
        For further detail, please refer to COPYRIGHT notice in the
package.
        Any questions and/or comments are welcome at the following
e-mail address.
        cooc@isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp
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