ANN: glx2 is now open source
sundown at pacifier.com
Sat Dec 4 20:54:27 EST 2010
That is very nice of Jerry to release it as open source.
Since glx2 became tRev does this include tRev too
or is tRev still being developed?
On Dec 4, 2010, at 5:32 PM, Mark Wieder wrote:
> Jerry Daniels has graciously offered to release glx2 as an open-source
> project. This is the main repository for the code. Glx2 is a script
> editor for LiveCode/Runtime Revolution. We have removed any licensing
> restrictions on the script editor, so all the code is open and
> hackable. There's no installer at the moment - unzip the file and put
> it in your user plugins folder.
> We now have it working on OSX, Windows, linux; and in the LiveCode,
> Runtime Revolution, and MetaCard environments. Note that if you are
> using this with Runtime Revolution you will need at least version 2.8.
> Follow the project if you want to be notified when the stack is
> updated. There are still rough edges, but hopefully this process will
> allow the community to smooth those out. I'm posting this as a single
> stack rather than as separate stack files for now, so unfortunately
> that makes me the manager of any changes. If you have modifications to
> make, bugs to fix, or are proposing to work on parts of this project,
> please let me know and I'll do my best to coordinate things.
> Thanks to Jerry for starting the script editor project in the first
> place and for liberating the project to seek its new life among the
> developer community.
> Optimist - The glass is half full.
> Pessimist - The glass is half empty.
> Engineer - The glass is twice a large as it needs to be.
> -Mark Wieder
> mwieder at ahsoftware.net
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