|Payware ??? email@example.com (Paul Mann) (1997-12-16)|
|Re: Payware ??? firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-12-16)|
|Re: Payware ??? email@example.com (1997-12-17)|
|Re: Payware ??? firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-12-19)|
|Re: Payware ??? email@example.com (Laurent Guerby) (1997-12-23)|
|From:||"Paul Mann" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||16 Dec 1997 11:25:12 -0500|
I'd like to know how many software developers are using a free
compiler for their work.
I'll bet most are using Microsoft Visual C++ and I'll bet it wasn't
Then I'd like to know how good it would have been if it were free.
My toolkit is not free, because I'm not a professor at a university,
wish I were but ...
If I were to give it away for free, I would be announcing version 1.0
instead of 5.0.
I've thought about giving it away for free. Any ideas, I'm listening
[Depends on the platform. My impression is that most development on
Unix systems uses gcc and g++ which are freeware. -John]
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