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A set of software tools.
- ‘The company has rolled together technology that can be found in separate tools in its existing toolset.’
- ‘According to reports, the company is developing a new graphics and animation toolset for its next operating system.’
- ‘New products continue to be brought to market, and IT organizations are pressured to find a toolset that can ultimately drive down to zero their storage operating management costs.’
- ‘You don't have to relearn the debugger, relearn the toolset, relearn tuning or relearn how to deploy the applications.’
- ‘For this application, Linux has the advantages of a robust toolset and source-code availability.’
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