Sterling Software, which purchased Texas Instruments Software (TIS) earlier in the year, plans to support the Microsoft repository across its Cool family of application development tools to enable component reuse and to share component metadata with other conformant toolsets. The products are due to ship in January next year. TIS co-designed the Microsoft repository with the software giant.
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