Chicory, a Rapid Application Development Environment for JavaTM - Alpha 1.0 (released February 12, 1997)
SRL Testing Toolkit (released March 21, 1996)
Z Buffer Based Rendering Program (released February 22, 1996)
TclDii: Tcl Dynamic Invocation Interface (released July 1, 1995)


  • Chicory, a Rapid Application Development Environment for JavaTM - Alpha 1.0 for Windows95/NT (released February 12, 1997)
    Chicory allows the rapid creation of client-server JavaTM applications, enhancing productivity by insulating the application developer from unnecessary programming details. Chicory automatically generates extremely tight Java code using sophisticated code-generation algorithms. Chicory was developed by the Concurrent Engineering Research Center at West Virginia University.
  • SRL Testing Toolkit (released March 21, 1996)
    The SRL Testing Toolkit (SRLT) is a toolbox of useful testing tools aimed at providing mechanisms for programmers to develop code that closely meets system specifications. The toolkit contains tools that are continually being used to perform testing on RMP and other SRL projects. SRLT is also targeted at giving programmers another useful set of tools to give them more confidence about their applications and to allow them to integrate testing into their development practices. This software was developed at CERC at West Virginia University.
  • Z Buffer Based Rendering Program (released February 22, 1996)
    The key features of this program include: reading a variant of the standard Neutral File Format (NFF) as input, outputting a 24-bit color TARGA file, using accurate fixpoint arithmetic in all calculations, working in the X-Windows environment, and providing high performance. This program was developed at CERC and West Virginia University.
  • TclDii: Tcl Dynamic Invocation Interface (released July 1, 1995)
    TclDii provides access to the CORBA Dynamic Invocation Interface through Tcl (the Tool Command Language). TclDii was developed by CERC at West Virginia University to support the Advanced Research Testbed for Medical Informatics (ARTEMIS), which was partially funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency under Grant No. MDA972-J-1022 for the DARPA Initiative in Concurrent Engineering.

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