Cnet is reporting that A Corel representative said the company’s online store will begin selling a “proof-of-concept” Linux-native version of WordPerfect on April 15. “This pilot project is designed to determine the feasibility of developing future Linux versions of WordPerfect or WordPerfect Office,” the representative said.
Corel previously produced a Linux-native version of WordPerfect 8, released in 1998, and offered a Linux-translated version of WordPerfect 9 in 2000, when Linux was still a cornerstone of the company’s broader strategy. (full story)
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