RevServer deployment on OSX Server

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Thu Feb 17 03:06:46 CST 2011


Paolo,
Sorry, I can't answer your question as whilst I have revServer installed, it is currently unused, as my expectations of it were far greater than a CGI engine. 

I bought the server deployment in the expectation that I could take the same set of stacks I would use for a desktop app development and (perhaps with a few modifications) simply deploy to revServer to create a web application, with the UI elements 'automagically' becoming available to a browser. 

It has all gone very quiet concerning both server deployment and browser - no new pre-release versions or revised road-maps. I just hope the mothership is planning a big surprise for us all come the big April event.
Best,
Keith.. 

On 17 Feb 2011, at 08:12, paolo mazza wrote:

> Keith,
> thank you very much. This is really helpful.
> 
> Still I have some questions about rev server:
> 
> Generally speaking, is the rev-server (Pre-release 2) reliable for
> professional services ?
> 
> The "Server Deployment Pack" (Pre-release 2)  install the same
> rev-server version as the one running in the on-rev.com server?
> 
> The runrev site says: "Current test version  supports Linux and Mac OS
> X Darwin. Text encoding support, image rendering and LiveCode stack
> support intended for the first shipping version." However it does not
> say when  the final version is supposed to be released. Is there
> somewhere a road map about this?
> 
> All the best
> 
> Paolo Mazza
> 
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