My BBC Master - - - getting Beeped-off.
rmicout at online.fr
Thu Mar 12 03:48:09 EDT 2009
Confirmation : HC Play command : version 1.0 of HyperCard
Le 11 mars 09 à 23:16, Judy Perry a écrit :
> Richard wrote:
> "I don't mean to belabor the point, but I do think it's helpful to
> put to
> rest any suggestion of willful dishonesty here. The Win3.1+Win32s
> configuration may well explain Raney's claim, and Jacque qualified
> appropriately with "maybe".
> We're all professionals here, just doing our best to realize the
> possibilities given what we have to work with. I don't think
> anyone's going
> out of their way to make this any harder than it is."
> Since you asked (and since I brought it up, it does indeed seem
> only fair),
> here is a brief chronology of the development of events as I've
> been able to
> ascertain thus far; corrections are welcomed:
> Macintosh introduced: January 1984
> Windows 1.0: 1985
> Hypercard including the "play" command (near as I can tell but I
> don't have
> original manuals): 1987?
> Windows 2.0 released: 1987
> Windows 3.0 released: 1990
> abcCode released/used by John Walsh of the of the University of
> Columbia: 1991 (http://abcnotation.org.uk/)
> --abcCode is the scripted musical notation software that I believe
> was first
> used on the PC near as I can tell.
> HC Player released: 1992 (http://www.pfhyper.com/hcfaq/hcfaq2.html);
> apparent end of free HC.
> Walsh releases abcCode system on the IRTRAD-L listserve, mid-
> November 1993
> abcCode and playabc released to general public March 1994 (
> I didn't join the HC list until sometime after 1994 I believe, thus
> any of
> my memories of Scott Raney post-date 1994, and thus also post-date
> and playabc abc playback on windows PC computers, thus any
> memories I may
> harbor regarding the issue fully postdate the ability to script
> notation on the PC by 3 or more years and play back scripted musical
> notation on the PC platform by a good year or more (I didn't discover
> abcCode and its related technologies until considerably later when
> I was
> assigned to teach my department's multimedia development course
> (horrors, I
> abc2win released: September 1995
> Windows95 released: 1995
> Hypercard 2.3 reviewed in MacWorld Magazine: November 1, 1995 (
> http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-17477993.html), but PR Newswire
> reports the
> introduction as May 1, 1995 (http://www.highbeam.com/doc/
> This is reportedly the version that introduced soundChannel support.
> Does that work?
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