2.0?

Rod McCall rodmc at runrev.com
Mon Dec 2 08:25:00 EST 2002


>
>I'm looking forward to the new features as much as the next person, but I
>have so much code of my own to write in the meantime I have to admit it's
>not a major urgency for me.  I'm happy they're taking the time needed to
>implement a good design solidly.

Sorry for not responding I've been away for a week. I think the last bit says
exactly what the reason is. We've got the features, we've got the design
we are just making sure it is rock solid. The implementations of the newest
features are all looking excellent and we are very excited about them.
They are stable, look nice and are for the most part are easier
to use.

In the past I've had to use developer tools which simply were not ready
to be inflicted on the public. In order to avoid that, we (Runrev) are going to
make sure that we're totally happy with Revolution 2.0 before it's released.

As an aside thanks to all those who have demonstrated their faith in Revolution
by renewing their subscriptions. I think the number of renewals indicates
the confidence people have in 1.1.1 and the release of 2.0.

As ever people are welcome to email me off list for clarification of any 
issues.

Finally, I think an advert once said "The best things come to those who 
wait..." :-)

Kind regards,

Rod


Rod McCall  <www.runrev.com>
Runtime Revolution Ltd
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