Thank You, Scott and Kevin (was Revolution 2.7.4 Released)

Roger.E.Eller at Roger.E.Eller at
Sun Sep 24 20:57:36 EDT 2006

> On Sep 24, 2006, at 9:51 AM, jbv wrote:
>> Shari,
>>> (SNIP)
>>> So Hypercard was dead, and Metacard hadn't quite popped into the
>>> realm visibly yet.
>>> (SNIP)
>> you probably missed it, but in the second half of the 90's, Oracle
>> Media
>> Object helped bridge the gap between the death of HC and the maturity
>> of MC.

On Sep 24, 2006, at 7:30 PM, Tereza Snyder wrote:

> We are indeed a community with a history!

I'll throw in a little tidbit of scarcely known history...
During this early foundation period of the language we have grown to love, 
even the Amiga computer had a development environment that used a 
hyperTalk/transcript like syntax. Actually it was exactly the same syntax, 
and also used the stacks of cards metaphore. Wonder where that idea came 
from... I wish I still had the installation diskettes (yep, floppies). 
This Amiga dev environment was called "Foundation". Sadly, it never 
evolved pased version 1.0.

Roger Eller <roger.e.eller at>

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