Where Rev could be going...

Jim Carwardine JimCarwardine at OwnYourFuture-net.com
Wed Nov 22 10:56:16 EST 2006

Just to weigh in with an additional voice... I too am very interested in
this... Jim

on 11/22/06 7:39 AM, Bernard Devlin wrote:

> I know that every time this has come up, the people who
> actually write the Rev engine say a Rev plug-in would be difficult if
> not impossible to implement. This includes engineers going back to the
> original MetaCard product. I can't say for sure what the problems might
> be, but the response has been pretty universal for many years.
> <<
> Hi Jacque, that's a pity as it's clear from the number of times that
> it has come up, that there's quite a lot of desire for it (or at
> least a few disquieted souls who don't realise that what they're
> asking for is so difficult).  I've followed this list and the
> MetaCard list for 3 or 4 years now, but I don't ever remember reading
> what the engineering difficulties would be (could just be my faulty
> memory - apologies if this has been outlined in the last few years
> and I've forgotten it).
> As I've said, it's not currently a high priority for me, but it seems
> to be quite important to other users.  If we knew what the
> limitations were, then maybe we'd stop pestering Runrev for it :-)
> Since Lynn asked at the beginning of the month what we wanted from
> Rev in terms of browser interaction, maybe he could provide us with
> the definitive answer about why a browser plug-in would be such an
> engineering challenge.
> I'm sure all of us would prefer that Rev's engineering resources are
> not consumed by the production of a browser plug-in.
> Bernard
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