UTRS used my software to built an ATLAS-to-XML tranalator for the US Navy.
Advanced Micro Devices used my software to build an experimental C compiler to research
parallel optimizations for the vectorized instructions in an AMD chip.
Telelogic acquired Popkin Software who had used my software to create language processors
that import Oracle SQL and DB2 SQL code into their System Architect product. They had
about 70,000 customers. Telelogic was eventually bought by IBM.
Iris Associates used my software to build the Lotus-Script language interpreter which resides in
Lotus Notes. Iris Associates was eventually bought by Lotus Software for $84,000,000.
In 1999, the number of Lotus Notes users was over 135,000,000.
Byte Craft used my software to develop C-language compilers and cross-compilers for embedded
Cypress Software used my software to build the Enable-Basic scripting engine which they licensed
to over 1,000 customers in 40 countries.
Data Direct used my software to build a COBOL source-code analyzer.
Information Builders used my software to build several language processors and eventually recommended
that my software be used for all language-development efforts in the company.
Borland used my parser generator for special language-based projects.
Wild Hare Computers
Wild Hare Computers used my software to develop a COBOL compiler for Data General systems.
Scandura Systems used my software to build its reverse-engineering system
to import source code written in Ada, COBOL, FORTRAN, C, C++ and other languages.