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Re: Good News; Questions about Korn Shell for Win32
- To: "Weiqi Gao" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "cygwin" <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Good News; Questions about Korn Shell for Win32
- From: "Valery Tulnikov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 14 Mar 1999 22:26:10 +0300
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I remembered the old discussion in uwin list concerning MKS Toolkit. David
Korn was skeptical on this implementation of ksh and MS decision to license
it. He also informed that the only 'right' ksh implementation on Win32 is
included with UWIN package.
With best regards,
> Wasn't the MKS Toolkit licensed to Microsoft to be included in the next
> version of NT? I remember reading a press story about Mr. Korn showing
> up in one of the Microsoft demos, and challenged the compliance of that
> version of Korn shell, which the Microsoft manager vehemently denied
> until someone pointed out that he's being challenged by Mr. Korn
> Weiqi Gao
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