On Mon, 20 Jun 2005, John C. Plummer wrote:
> On Tuesday 14 June 2005 06:54, Hugh Sasse wrote:
>> I see that this is for[...] 3.80
> (Does this list prefer bottom or top posting?)
I don't think a preference has been specified: I'd expect like this.
:-) (which isn't top, but then it's not actually bottom either)
> There seems to be little activity on this list. I did not see a response
> to your email nor did I see one to an email I posted a few weeks ago.
I saw yours, but couldn't reply to the MYSQL related bits.
I've not made much headway getting interaction with the windows yet.
> Should we be using a different mailing list. I'm curious both as to how
> many people follow this one and how many are using widestudio.
No, I think this is *the* list. It's probably the holiday season for
most northerners, but I'm not sure about when Japanese people take
> The product seems like an excellent tool. I would like to use it to
> develop Ruby apps. But if it has no support in the English speaking
> community, I suspect it will fade away once similar products appear.
I think it might but the FOX offerings are tied up with the static
nature of C++, and the other toolkits are not portable. OTOH
someome may discover it who also writes books in English, like the
Pragmatic Programmers did with Ruby itself.
> With so much marginal clutter in the software development area, one
> hates to lose a good tool.