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Open Desktop

(operating system, product)
A Motif-based graphical interface from the Santa Cruz Operation (SCO), built over their Unix environment, part of the ACE initiative.

Also known as "Open DeathTrap".
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Applications written in the SCO UNIX or SCO OpenDesktop predecessors to OpenServer can usually run in OpenServer 5.
Server Rapid-Application Builder so developers can easily point-and-click their way through server-side development to create distributed application servers and services -- OpenDesktop so developers using Windows NT can use any Windows-based tool to analyze, design and document systems development objects, which then can be managed in the FCP repository via "impact-analysis" reports -- International double-byte character support so organizations can synchronize application development across multinational operations requiring multiple language support.