[6:00 AM] Deneba Heads To Linuxland With Canvas
Long time Mac stalwart Deneba Software has announced that they are currently developing a Linux version of their flagship product, Canvas 7. Deneba joins many others in providing Linux based software solutions. According to Deneba:
Deneba Software has revealed that a Linux-based version of its award-winning graphics program, Canvas 7, is under development. Deneba will release a beta version next month, affording Linux users and developers the chance to experience advanced illustration features, Sprite technology, and graphics feature integration on the new platform.
"Deneba has a lot in common with the Linux community," said Manny Menendez, president. "We've always been ahead of the curve, willing to move quickly to embrace new technologies and provide our customers with compelling alternative solutions. Likewise, Linux users are innovative, tech-savvy early adopters that really appreciate elegant, efficient solutions like Canvas 7. Now we're giving them their first real opportunity to experience state-of-the-art illustration and graphics software on their operating system of choice."
A beta version of Canvas 7 for Linux should be available next month for free. You can find more information at the Deneba Software web site.
The Mac Observer Spin: Where Linux gains, the Mac market does not necessarily lose. In this case, the Linux camp certainly gains a strong offering.