Why isn't Rev more popular?

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Mon Dec 5 22:45:48 EST 2005

I don't make commercial apps for sale but I do write prototypes for  
development on PDAs and cell phones. Revolution does exactly what I  
need to make a living with it as our primary tool.


P.S. I don't see why you need to be rude calling "if monks" a  
plaything and ButtonGadget a trivial app, I'm sure you could find a  
way to be a little more respectful of your fellow programmers here  
and there hard earned efforts.

On Dec 5, 2005, at 9:30 PM, Jerry Saperstein rudely wrote:

> I don't mean
> relatively trivial apps like ButtonGadget (or whatever it's name  
> is) or a
> plaything like "If Monks Had Macs." I mean a real live business  
> oriented
> applications.
> 	Personally I don't think Revolution is suitable for such
> applications and no one here has actually provided unassailable  
> evidence
> that Revolution has been used for such.
> Jerry

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