Bricscad V10 for Linux is officially out

After months and months of beta testing Bricscad V10 for Linux is finally available as an officially supported product.

Erik De Keyser, CEO of Bricsys, says:

We consider Bricscad V10 for Linux as a milestone for our company. Despite doubts of many about the viability of a native Linux based professional CAD product, we are convinced that there is a strong demand for it and a huge potential for applications. Bricsys is the right company to play a leading role in this evolution. For now we want to thank the thousands of Beta testers that helped us to finalize this version.

This version fully supports all APIs of its Windows counterpart, which makes over 150 applications developed for Bricscad available for the Linux version and, reportedly, over 500 more coming.

At the time of announcement Fedora 12, OpenSuse 11.1 Ubuntu 9.10 and newer versions of these distributions are supported. English version is the only currently available with 15 localizations planned to be released in the coming days.


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