Beta of Serenji available for GT.M

John Murray of George James Software reports:

Serenji is a Windows-based GUI debugger and code editor. It was first released two years ago, and has become very popular. Until now it's only worked on Cache, DSM and MSM.

We've just released the first beta version of Serenji for GT.M 4.2 on x86 Linux. If you're interested in testing this, please let me know
(mailto:johnm@georgejames.com) and I'll email you the 0.5Mb zip file. You'll need to have installed Serenji 2.0.2 on your PC already - that's a 10Mb
download from http://www.georgejames.com/serenji/ with a 30 day free evaluation period.

Even though Serenji is not GPL-ed itself and equires a Windows client PC to run on we think GT.M developers will find it worth having. We also plan to move it to the other platforms on which GT.M is available.

I hope to hear from some of you soon.

Sincerely,

John Murray
Senior Product Engineer
George James Software

Posted by K.S. Bhaskar 2001-06-29