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[REBOL] Re: Platforms of Command 2.0

From: pa:russo:perd at: 26-May-2001 10:54

>On Sat, May 26, 2001 at 02:25:58AM +0200, Petr Krenzelok wrote: >> Hi, >> >> I just don't fully understand following: Command 2.0 lists QNX RtP and >> MacOSX amongst supported platforms, so it means View is supposed to run on >> them too.... > >No, there is a note on the order page that Command for QNX/RTP, MacOS X, >Linux MIPS and SCO UnixWare only includes the server portion, not the >View portion.
Command 2.0 seems to be a "must have", Holger, and it's timing couldn't be better for me... so an applause (again) for RT. Now, after this innocent "captatio benevolentiae", a silly question and a couple of remarks :-) The silly question: being quite ignorant on *BSD platforms, I need a confirm that I can compose images (and/or generate a png on-the-fly for example) using Command 2.0 without having X-Windows installed on my, say, FreeBSD box. Did I understand this feature correctly? Two little remarks too. First, this time your web-page is almost perfect :-). Anyway, wouldn't be better to put the note you mention above also on the Command's presentation page? You'll avoid a delusion to some SCO/QNX/Cobalt/MacOSX potential customer, who discover he can have a crippled version only, while having his credit card in his hands already. Second, MacOSX Command version is missing in the drop-down list of the order page, while it is declared to be available on the presentation page. While I'm not too surprised, it is still an incongruence. Greetings -- Paolo Russo [pa--russo--perd--com] _________________ PERD s.r.l. Virtual Technologies for Real Solutions http://www.perd.com