A long-time Windows component library developer is leaving that business and releasing many of its products as open source. TurboPower will publish the products on SourceForge and provide initial guidance.

Specific products haven't been named, but the product list looks intriguing. The first 13 projects have been released on SourceForge, including B-Tree Filer, Internet Professional, and Orpheus.

The AProZilla site is devoted to ongoing APRO development. "The whole APRO team is planning on continuing the APRO line in its new incarnation," says TurboPower programmer Mike Welch.

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