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REBOL Command V 1.0 Release!

 [1/5] from: tomc::rebol::com at: 21-Sep-2000 6:59

REBOL Technologies is pleased to announce the immediate availability of REBOL Command Version 1.0 for Windows, Linux and Solaris. For more information about the release, please check the URL below. Product is available for immediate shipment via electronic delivery. Thanks, Tom Croswell VP Business Development REBOL Technologies 707.467.8003 Visit, The official Source for REBOL Books.

 [2/5] from: rishi:picostar at: 21-Sep-2000 7:40

oh no! $300 - $500! How about a price for students?! Rishi

 [3/5] from: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 21-Sep-2000 9:14

I think students are stuck using the experimental versions. I think it is a good value considering I pay about that much for Paradox. Plus you get can get /Core and /View anytime you want. --Ryan [rishi--picostar--com] wrote:
> oh no! $300 - $500! How about a price for students?! > Rishi
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> > Visit, The official Source for REBOL Books. > >
-- Ryan Cole Programmer Analyst 707-468-5400 We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world. --Buddha

 [4/5] from: news:ted:husted at: 21-Sep-2000 12:26

Does the chart at < > say that the only database connectivity available under Linux is Oracle? Like most of the world, I need to make a direct connect to MySQL on Linux. (ODBC need not apply.) And I also take it that Command is not available for FreeBSD, or OS/X Server? (We're about to deprecate Red Hat for server applications.) -Ted.

 [5/5] from: brett:codeconscious at: 22-Sep-2000 11:26

OW! USD $249 appears quite steep for Command "as glue", even despite the fact that Rebol is a better form of glue. I'm very interested in Command Runtime for developers - hopefully priced more appropriately. Brett.

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