This is not a platform we have currently implemented. However, the cost of adding new DDL generation targets is a function of how far the DDL for the target platform is from the SQL standard representation. The DDL is generated with the following steps:
(Preliminary work to determine relational structure, visible in the generated *.DCIL.xml files))
The DCIL file is transformed to a *.DDIL.xml file, which is an XML representation of DDL
The DDL is formatted into text. The formatters are either the SQL standard transform, or other transforms that modify the output of various DDIL elements by importing the standard transform and overriding where needed.
So, if you want to help add a DDL generator for iAnywhere, you can first find the closest DDL variant that we currently generate and track where the iAnywhere incompatibilities are. This is basically a research project followed by data entry to get the transform correct. If one of our currently generated DDL variants is close it should be straightforward.
If you could do some preliminary checking to see if any of the current variants come close for this target I'd be happy to follow up with you.