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what happened with turbopower tools

I know that TurboPower open sourced several of there component packages, but does anyone know what happened to their XML tools and to the memory debugging tools.
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jbshumate
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Zip58Commented:
Hi jbshumate

XML tools and to the memory debugging tools will not become opensource and this for copyright reaseon

for the moment the are looking for a compagny who whant thake those product over

Regards

Zip58

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jbshumateAuthor Commented:
That is what I thought.  I was trying to find out how this was going since they don't seem to be responding to email and there has been no notice on their site.  I actually have a use for both of these tools if I can find out who has them.

thanks,
Jeff
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Zip58Commented:
Hi jbshumate

for the moment Turbopower or better the mothercompagny are still the owners

The are still looking for compagny's who like to by the products.

There are a lot off compagnys who wil become owner of XML tools and to the memory debugging tools.

but the problem is the monye for by to copyrights

Regards

Zip58
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