December 2005
UNIX Update;Dec2005, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p4
Trade Publication
This article reports on the decision of Integrated Computer Solutions Inc. (ICS) to release Replay Xcessory, the first modern testing environment for UNIX and Linux professionals using Motif. Replay Xcessory fills an increasing demand of Motif developers for full-featured, intuitive testing tools that support the most current platforms. This release demonstrates the commitment of ICS to the development of breakthrough technologies and continued support for the Motif community. Replay Xcessory makes the creation and execution of complex application tests intuitive and efficient.


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