Evolution of Revolution?

Lynn Fredricks lfredricks at proactive-intl.com
Thu Mar 16 20:23:39 EST 2006


> I'm seriously considering buying Rev, but I'd like to know 
> where the developers are taking this product. Does anybody 
> know what's in store down the road in terms of enhanced 
> controls, language features, and the like? I know that's a 
> rather open-ended question, but surely there's much more room 
> for this IDE to grow. I'm occasionally bumping into 
> "short-comings"; no show-stoppers, but developer 
> annoyances...you know the kind :)

In the interests of a competitive marketplace, we cannot discuss specifics
about what is in store. Enterprise customers can get access to a private
list, but its effectively subject to non-disclosure.

That being said - I think you will find 2006 an exceptional year for
advancements in both usability and the underlying technology - and that
includes the IDE. In fact, you can modify and extend the interface of
Revolution yourself right now. Just take a look at the Constellation editor,
that integrates with the Revolution IDE:

http://www.runrev.com/section/revselect/constellation/index.php

Best regards,


Lynn Fredricks
Worldwide Business Operations
Runtime Revolution, Ltd





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