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Displaytalk was a Display PostScript debugger and development environment created by Emerald City Software and distributed by Adobe Systems.[1][2]

Product historyEdit

Displaytalk was only released for NeXTSTEP in 1988 since NeXT was one of only two companies to have licensed Display PostScript from Adobe Systems.[1][2] After the acquisition of Emerald City Software by Adobe Systems in 1990,[3] Displaytalk 2.0 was included as part of the Display PostScript SDK through the Adobe Developers Association.[4][5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Some Software Developers Are Early Pledges to NeXT, Others Wait by Nick Arnett and Peggy Watt, InfoWorld p.8. 1988-10-24.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Adobe: NeXT Step Tools ("DisplayTalk") by Dunn Technology, Dunn Report, Electronic Publishing & Prepress Systems News & Views vol.10, p.5. 1992.
  3. Adobe Systems completes acquisition of Emerald City Software, Computer Business Review. 1990-03-26.
  4. Adobe: NeXT Step Tools ("Display PostScript") by Dunn Technology, Dunn Report, Electronic Publishing & Prepress Systems News & Views vol.10, p.5. 1992.
  5. Programmers get graphics help from Display PostScript kit by Dan Lavin, NeXTWORLD Extra. 1992-11. Archived 2013-11-07.

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