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Sun Sep 24 20:36:29 CDT 2006
> On Sep 24, 2006, at 7:37 PM, Chip Walters wrote:
>> Perhaps it's time for Galaxy to consider becoming like MetaCard, a
>> complete seperate IDE for the Rev engine.
> If Galaxy produced a commercial IDE replacement, wouldn't that be in
> violation of the prime directive? I mean, I remember way back, reading in
> the license agreement that you can create anything you wish with
> Revolution EXCEPT software that directly competes with RunTime and its
Actually it's the opposite: an IDE is just a collection of stacks, but
all stacks need the engine to run, and need a licensed engine to edit
So regardless of whether the Rev IDE is running, you still need a Rev
license to edit scripts.
That's the beauty of it: RunRev can watch a thousand flowers bloom (as
Scott Raney used to say), and still all roads lead back to Rev.
Any third-party IDE must rely on a Rev sale to be operational. A
win-win-win for all....
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