A Tools Integration Standard

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A Tools Integration Standard definition

software, library
(ATIS) An object-oriented interface to a set of services that allows the saving, accessing and managing of information in a common repository. Developed by Atherton Technology and DEC, based on an extended version of the Software BackPlane, proposed as an industry standard.
(1994-10-25)

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