use-revolution digest, Vol 1 #164 - 17 msgs

Lorin Rivers lrivers at
Sun Feb 3 13:50:01 EST 2002

At 11:24 AM -0500 2/3/02, use-revolution-request at wrote:
>On Sonntag, Februar 3, 2002, at 03:37  Uhr, Lorin Rivers wrote:
>>  At 12:10 PM -0500 2/2/02, use-revolution-request at wrote:
>>>  On Freitag, Februar 1, 2002, at 03:19  Uhr, Marcus Bointon wrote:
>>>>   FWIW, I think I'd find Java a more useful target than Pocket PC.
>>>  Well, actually, what for? Java runs on unix, win, macos hmm.... like
>>>  revolution! better make  a native app from the beginning, thats why i
>>>  like revolution much more then realBasic (beside other reasons)
>>  REALbasic DOES make native applications, compiled and everything.
>for unixes? I doubt so...

Right, missed that part.

>also I heard horrible stories about realBasic applications under Win.

People hear all sorts of things that aren't accurate. You should 
judge for yourself.

>But you're right, that point wasn't clear in my original post.
>have a nice sunday

Same to you!

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