Sybase's Powersoft unit has denied rumours that it plans to cease development of its flagship Powerbuilder development tool after the next version, codenamed Panther, goes into beta next quarter. Panther supports a range of object models including Corba, Java and ActiveX, and should ship by the end of the year. Peter Kumik, Powersoft's tools product marketing manager, said: "We have the future mapped out for Powerbuilder, certainly for the next year and beyond that too with object model support. We'll be delivering on the technical requirements of our users for years to come."
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