Type 1 Font Rasterizer Library. Allows users to arbitrarily scale, skew or rotate characters in Type 1 fonts and get back either a bitmap or an outline. Product includes full sources.
Single user license with product. Since product includes full sources and our resources are limited, it is sold with no warranty and no support. Support contracts may be purchased at additional cost. OEM licenses, site licenses and enterprise-wide licenses available.
A manual, nicely typeset in 2-column format, is available with the distribution as a PostScript file.
Support contracts may be purchased at additional cost.
October 15, 1997.
US$39.95. California residents subject to sales tax. Price subject to change without notice.
2053 Grant Road, Suite 555 Los Altos, CA 94024 U.S.A.
+1 800 563 0843, +1 510 843 6485 (Sales only)
+1 650 254 0900
Munagala V. S. Ramanath
October 24, 1997.
INTERACTER is a portable user-interface and graphics subroutine library for Fortran software developers. INTERACTER-based programs are portable to a wide range of Fortran compilers running on Unix, VMS, Windows, DOS. The Linux version supports f2c and g77 (ELF). Functions include menus, text windows, forms, graphics primitives, presentation graphics, hardcopy (many formats) and operating system interface.
3.5" diskettes and 4mm DAT.
INTERACTER-based programs can be distributed royalty free. Linux demo program available at http://www.demon.co.uk/issltd.
Linux version supports X Windows (via Xlib), graphics terminals or Linux console (colour text-mode). Requires g77 or f2c.
Two-volume English language printed manual.
Free lifetime technical support. New releases every six months. Chargeable software updates.
Optional INTERACTER Toolkit provides form designer, graphics file viewer, online help, hardcopy post-processor and set-up file editor.
Distributors in North America, Europe and Australia.
Linux version: US$675 (UK £450).
Interactive Software Services Ltd.
Westwood House Littleton Drive Huntington Staffs WS12 4TS United Kingdom
+44 1543 503611
+44 1543 574566
October 1, 1997.
Matrix<LIB> is a Matlab Compatible C++ Matrix Class Library, designed for development of advanced scientific high-level C++ code. Our main design objective was to keep the C++ source code clear and similar to the equivalent Matlab code, making your shift from Matlab to C++ easier. If you know how to program Matlab, you already know how to use our Matrix<LIB> C++ Math Library. The code was carefully optimized for maximal performance, too. Matrix<LIB> is also included in the MATCOM V2 distribution.
The library includes complex math, binary and unary operators, powerful indexing capabilities, signal processing, file I/O, linear algebra, string operations and graphics. Over 300 mathematical functions are included in Matrix<LIB>.
MS Windows and many Unix platform are supported with a variety of C++ compilers. An evaluation version (fully functional, 30 days limited) is available for free download from our web site.
From single license to site license. Contact The MathTools for details.
Linux 1.2, gcc 2.6.3 or later, 8 MB of RAM, 15 MB on disk.
Users manual and library reference in various formats (MS Word, MS Write, plain text, PostScript).
A fast product support is given by EMail only. The support section in the web page give immediate access to a wealth of resources, technical support, answers to frequently asked questions, technical documents and more.
MathTools Accelerator: provides significant performance gains for Matrix<LIB> programs using Linear Algebra and matrix multiplication, on a Pentium with the Visuall C++ compiler.
US$499 (US$249 for academic institutes).
P.O. Box 855 Horsham, PA 19044-0855 U.S.A.
+1 212 208 4476
+1 888 628 4866, +1 215 957 1719
Robert G. Ford
August 7, 1997.
The library does lossless compression and consists of compression, an extraction, and an error checking routine. To maintain flexibility and keep the library's code size at a minimum, the PKWARE Data Compression Library does not create .ZIP compatible archives.
Per machine with no runtime royalties.
Intel x86, 36 KB RAM for compressing and 13 KB RAM for uncompressing, 1 MB on hard disk.
Printed 33 page manual and separate installation notes in English. Example code provided on disk.
No-charge. Technical support via phone, fax or EMail.
Also compatible with FreeBSD.
September 14, 1995.
Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, India, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Japan, and the UK.
US$450. Educational discount available.
9025 N. Deerwood Drive Brown Deer, WI 53223-2480 U.S.A.
+1 414 354 8699
+1 414 354 8559
August 5, 1997.
A dynamic embeddable database library with a C API, Perl module, and Java interface.
CD-ROM and Internet (FTP and WWW).
Commercial license. A free 30 day demo is available.
Kernel 2.0.x. 1MB RAM.
Update service, maintenance, training and prices thereof.
US$1295 for 1 developer and 50 end-user license
Dynamical Systems, Ltd.
175 W. Jackson Boulevard, Suite A253 Chicago, IL 60604 U.S.A.
+1 312 341 1755
+1 312 341 1891
April 22, 1998.
SIMLIB IG is a C library. It enables the user to communicate with an Evans & Sutherland image generator (Liberty and ESIG Systems) using a very efficient raw Ethernet protocol. There is no need for using opcodes, since SIMLIB IG provides an API to the functionality of the image generators.
4mm DAT tar format and 3.5" diskettes.
Printed manual in English, source code examples on media.
Technologiezentrum Tirol Eduard Bodemgasse 5 A-6020 Innsbruck Austria
+43 512 390415 650
+43 512 364000 20, +43 512 364000 30
September 29, 1997.