|[News] GoldED Studio AIX||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 11-Jul-2002 15:04 GMT by Dietmar Eilert||17 comments|
Update for GoldED Studio announced (first preview available here).
In a few days a final update for GoldED Studio will be released which combines the existing editor (release 6) with material from the aborted development of version 7: all-new graphics, an improved UI library and various updated add-ons. The package will include the Distributed BASIC interpreter with GPL'ed source code.
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|Comment 1||Dietmar Eilert||11-Jul-2002 13:07 GMT|
|Comment 2||STRICQ||11-Jul-2002 16:15 GMT|
|Comment 3||José||11-Jul-2002 16:30 GMT|
|Comment 4||4pLaY||11-Jul-2002 16:54 GMT|
|Comment 5||Bifford the Youngest||11-Jul-2002 18:13 GMT|
|Comment 6||Solar||12-Jul-2002 07:31 GMT|
|Comment 7||Anonymous||12-Jul-2002 07:35 GMT|
|GoldED Studio AIX : Comment 8 of 17||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Solar on 12-Jul-2002 07:37 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (José):|
From the website, for those who cannot find it themselves:
> I regret to inform AmigaOS users that all software on this web site
> is now discontinued (due to lack of time on my side to continue with
> AmigaOS software development).
Note the date. Old news. (Has been here on ANN, too.)
And please note that he has developed under WinUAE for ages - and since AmigaOS 4 does not support being run in emulators of any kind, there would not have been any "GoldED for OS 4" anyways. (Hint, hint...)
One word on the price - he has created an excellent product, effectively the market leader for AmigaOS text editing. I can fully understand that he demands a good price for giving away the source code, after all he did put serious efforts into it. Releasing stuff under the GPL might be nice, but it's not like you are *obliged* to release abandoned source...
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