The age of user-translatable applications software has arrived!
dvk at dvkconsult.com.au
Wed Sep 11 04:08:01 CDT 2002
On Wednesday, Sep 11, 2002, at 16:59 Australia/Sydney, Rob Cozens wrote:
> Editorial Contact :Rob Cozens (rcozens at pon.net)
> For Immediate Release
> Serendipity Software Company announces the release of Serendipity
> The Library includes all the tools needed to create user-translatable
> applications in Runtime Revolution® and MetaCard®. It also introduces
> the world's first native X-Talk database: Serendipity
> Database--Binary, or SDB.
> Serendipity Library is a collection of Transcript™ commands for
> database operations, date manipulation, input editing, number
> formatting, and list & table manipulation. With the accompanying
> reference and associated files, it also serves as an exemplar of
> techniques for creating user-translatable applications and using SDB.
> It is available free of charge and can be distributed with any Runtime
> Revolution or MetaCard project royalty-free (see license terms for
> The Library files can be downloaded at
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> Runtime Revolution and MetaCard are registered trademarks of Runtime
> Revolution Ltd. and MetaCard Corp. respectively.
> Rob Cozens
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